Campus Box 1125
Professor Rice investigates the processes underlying memory retrieval, focusing on memories for personally experienced events. Her research examines the role of visual images during retrieval, such as how they affect the type of information recovered from memory and their influence on individuals' phenomenological experience during retrieval. Currently her work focuses on the effect of using first-person versus third-person perspective imagery. She is also interested in applying memory research to improve teaching practices.
- Rice, H.J., Rubin, D.C. (2011). Remembering from any angle: The flexibility of visual perspective during retrieval. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 568-577.
- Rice, H.J. (2010). Seeing where we’re at: A review of visual perspective and memory retrieval. The act of remembering: Toward an understanding of how we recall the past. Mace, J.H. (Ed.) pp. 228-258. Wiley-Blackwell
- Rice, H.J., Rubin, D.C. (2009). I can see it both ways: First- and third-person visual perspectives at retrieval.Consciousness and Cognition, 18, 877-890.
- Experimental Psychology
- Introduction to Psychology