Minyu Chang
Minyu
Chang
Ph.D.
Psychology
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G341 Martha Van Rensselaer

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Biography

Minyu Chang is a fifth-year PhD student in the Department of Psychology at Cornell University. She works with Dr. Charles Brainerd in the Memory and Neuroscience Lab, and her research centers around true and false memory, metamemory, and cognitive aging.

  • Brainerd, C. J., Chang, M., Bialer, D. M., & Toglia, M. P. (in press). Semantic ambiguity and memory. Journal of Memory and Language.
  • Brainerd, C. J., Bialer, D. M., & Chang, M. (in press). Fuzzy-trace theory and false memory: Meta-analysis of conjoint recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition.
  • Chang, M., & Brainerd, C. J. (2021). Factor analyses of the ADNI neuropsychological battery: An examination of diagnostic and longitudinal invariance. Neuropsychology, 35(4), 434-450.
  • Chang, M., & Brainerd, C. J. (2021). Semantic and phonological false memory: A review of theory and data. Journal of Memory and Language, 119, 104210.
  • Brainerd, C. J., Chang, M., & Bialer, D. M. (2020). Emotional ambiguity and memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
  • Chang, M., Brainerd, C. J., Toglia, M. P., & Schmidt, S. R. (2021). Norms for emotion-false memory lists. Behavior Research Method, 53(1), 96-112.
  • Brainerd, C. J., Chang, M., & Bialer, D. M. (2020). From association to gist. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 46(11), 2106-2127.
  • Brainerd, C. J., & Bialer, D. M., Chang, M. (2020). Norming retrieval processes. Journal of Memory and Language, 115, 104143.
  • Brainerd, C. J., Nakamura, K., Chang, M., & Bialer, D. M. (2019). Verbatim editing: A general model of recollection rejection. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 45(10), 1776-1790.
  • Brainerd, C. J., Nakamura, K., Chang, M., & Bialer, D. M. (2019). Super-overdistribution. Journal of Memory and Language, 108, 104027.
  • Odegaard, B., Chang, M. Y., Lau, H., & Cheung, S. H. (2018). Inflation versus filling-in: Why we feel we see more than we actually do in peripheral vision. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 373, 20170345.
  • Teaching Assistant, HD3330 Children and Law, 2021 Fall 
  • Teaching Assistant, HD3190 Memory and Law, 2020 Fall  
  • Teaching Assistant, HD3620 Human Bonding, 2020 Spring    
  • Teaching Assistant, HD3660 Affective and Social Neuroscience, 2019 Spring
  • Teaching Assistant, HD2180 Human Development: Adulthood and Aging, 2018 Fall
  • 2017-2019 MA, Developmental Psychology, Cornell University 
  • 2013-2017 BSocSc., Psychology, The University of Hong Kong
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