Curriculum Vitae

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EDUCATION
2018 (expected) Ph.D. Experimental Psychology, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico

2015 M.A. Experimental Psychology New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico

2011 B.A. Psychology University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2016
GK-12 Dissect Fellowship, National Science Foundation
Teaching Academy Distinguished Member, New Mexico State University

2015
College of A&S Graduate Student Travel Award ($500), New Mexico State University
Departmental Travel Award ($200), New Mexico State University
Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino Responsible Gaming Scholarship ($5,000), Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino
Teaching Academy Distinguished Member, New Mexico State University

2014
Departmental Travel Award ($250), New Mexico State University
Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award ($2,000), New Mexico State University
Preparing Future Faculty Graduate Assistantship, New Mexico State University
Teaching Academy Distinguished Member, New Mexico State University

PUBLICATIONS
Book Chapters
Madrid, J., Robbins, A., Scarince, C., Godwin, H. J., & Hout, M. C. (2016). Visual spatial attention: What it is, how it works, and what it does for us. To appear in Spatial Attention: Function, Influences and Performance by Nova Science Publications, Hauppauge, NY.

Scarince, C.
, Madrid, J., Hout, M. C., & Trafimow, D.  (2015).  Signal detection theory:
Overview and recent considerations. Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 112, Nova Science Publications, Hauppauge, NY.

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION
Oral Presentations
Scarince, C. (2016) Coping with a MAD World: Visual Search Strategies in Dynamic Environments. The 2016 Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Convention. Denver, CO (April, 2016).

Scarince, C.
(2015) Cutting through the MADness of dynamic search. Graduate Research and Arts Symposium 2015: New Mexico State University (March, 2015).

Scarince, C. (2014) Further investigation into recall wins over losses in a gambling scenario. Graduate Research and Arts Symposium 2014: New Mexico State University (March, 2014).

Poster Presentations
Scarince, C., & Hout, M. C. (2016). Finding the green ketchup bottle: Investigating how non-essential features sometimes aid in search. The 24th Annual Object Perception, Attention and Memory conference: Boston, Ma (November, 2016).

Scarince, C., & Hout, M. C. (2016). I beat the odds, right? The effects of expectancy on gambling memory. ARMADILLO, the 2016 Southwest Cognition Conference: El Paso, Tx (September, 2016).

Scarince, C., & Hout, M. C.  (2016).  Investigating dynamic feature prevalence and quitting thresholds in Multi-element Asynchronous Dynamic (MAD) search.  The Vision Sciences Society 2016 Meeting: St. Petersburg, Fl (May, 2016).

Sabik, M., Scarince, C., Papesh, M. H., Godwin, H. J., Goldinger, S. D., & Hout, M. C.  (2016).  Rare targets induce less “perceptual readiness:” Evidence from pupillometry. The Vision Sciences Society 2016 Meeting: St. Petersburg, Fl (May, 2016).

Scarince, C., & Hout, M. C. (2015). Cutting through the MADness: Investigating visual search efficiency in dynamic displays. The 23rd Annual Object Perception, Attention and Memory conference: Chicago, Il (November, 2015).

Scarince, C., & Hout, M. C. (2015). I Won (As Far As I Can Remember)! Broad Implications of the Incongruity Effect. Sixteenth annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology: Long Beach, CA (February, 2015).

Scarince, C., & Hout, M. C. (2014). Investigating the effects of depth perception on the evaluative conditioning of abstract objects. The 22nd annual Object Perception, Attention and Memory conference: Long Beach, CA (November, 2014).

INVITED/DEPARTMENTAL TALKS
Scarince, C. (
2015) Finding Waldo: The Basics of Visual Search. Invited talk given at Illinois Wesleyan University (November, 2015).

Scarince, C. (2015). Cutting through the MADness: Understanding Operator Performance on Complex and Dynamic Search. Talk was given at the Departmental Meeting, Psychology, NMSU (February, 2015).

Scarince, C. (2014). Conditioning of non-evaluative traits. Talk was given at the Departmental Meeting, Psychology, NMSU (April, 2014).

Raut, Y., Ruckle, L., Scarince, C. (2014). Are you man enough? Social validation and self-affirmation after masculinity threat. Talk was given at the Departmental Meeting, Psychology, NMSU (February, 2014).

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Current

Vision Sciences and Memory Lab, Department of Psychology, NMSU.

Past
Disruptive Behaviors Lab, Department of Psychology, UW.
Trauma and Bereavement Lab, Department of Psychology, UW.

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE
2016
Camp Councilor, Computer Science Adventures Camp/Young Women in Computing Camp, New Mexico State University.

2011
Paraprofessional Councilor, Center for Child and Family Services, Florida International University

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Courses Taught
2015
Cognitive Psychology, NMSU
Enrollment: 70 students

Teaching Assistant
2016
Memory, NMSU
Enrollment: 40 students
Cognitive Psychology, NMSU
Enrollment: 50 students

2015
Quantitive Methods Regression (Graduate Course), NMSU
Enrollment: 13 students

2014
Cognitive Psychology, NMSU
Enrollment: 40 students
Developmental Psychology – Online, NMSU
Enrollment: 30 students
Introduction to Psychology (two sections), NMSU
Enrollment: 100 students
Introduction to Psychology – Online, NMSU
Enrollment: 100 students

2013
Sexual Behavior, NMSU
Enrollment: 80 students
Introduction to Psychology, NMSU
Enrollment: 100 students

DEPARTMENTAL/UNIVERSITY SERVICES
President, Psychology Graduate Student Organization, NMSU, 2014-125
Webmaster, Department of Psychology, NMSU, 2015

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Psychonomics Society
Vison Sciences Society
Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)
The International Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi)
Golden Key Honors Society
Mortar Board
National Scholars Society

DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
2015
Graduate Assistants Writing Workshop: Teaching Students Through Writing
Full semester workshop
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University
The End of College? Book Review and Discussion
Workshop series
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University
Publish and Flourish Writing Workshop
Workshop series
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University
Applying the Quality Matters Rubric
     Online workshop series
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University

2014
Starting Strong: Ten Teaching Tips for Graduate Assistants

Full semester workshop
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University
Diversity Conversations in the Classroom
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University
Teaching Scholars: Excelling as a Teacher
Full semester workshop
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University
2013
Let’s Talk Online Teaching

Workshop series
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University
Starting Strong: Ten Teaching Tips for Graduate Assistants
Full semester workshop
     The Teaching Academy at New Mexico State University

 

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