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Fisk publishes article on perception

Can unconscious perception occur without attention? Dr. Gary Fisk, professor of psychology, and his collaborator Steve Haase recently addressed this question in an article published in Visual Cognition. Briefly presented words an unattended location had no effect upon perception when the visibility was very low. There was a small effect though for unattended words that were marginally visible. This finding demonstrates the importance of selective attention for normal perceptual processing.

Kutzler continues local history series for newspaper

Dr. Evan Kutzler, assistant professor of history, continued his local history series with three articles in the Americus Times-Recorder. Published in February, “Finger Lickin’ Modernism: Americus’s First KFC” explores the modern architecture and history of Americus’s old Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

In his March article, “Lost and Found on Elm Avenue,” Kutzler recounts his discovery of a 160-year-old book during a run and his journey tracing the book’s history.

His latest article, “The Conscript and the Freedom Fighter,” explores the similarities and differences between two African American Civil War veterans buried at Andersonville National Cemetery.

Palmer publishes op-ed in AJC

Debbie Palmer, associate professor of psychology, recently published an op-ed in the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The piece was written in response to another piece by Maureen Downey published on April 22, which covered “piling on the work and assessments” ahead of finals.

Olsen publishes article in Ms. and TIME

Dr. Jennifer Olsen, director of the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving and experienced epidemiologist, recently published an article in TIME titled “Rural America Needs Help From the Rest of the Country to Face COVID-19.” The article covers some of the difficulties facing rural communities during the pandemic, such as distance to resources and medical care.

Olsen also published an article in Ms. magazine titled “Invisible Front Lines: Family Caregivers and Fighting COVID-19.” The piece focuses on caregivers and the challenges they are facing during the coronavirus pandemic.


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