Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Coane and Professor of Statistics Liam M. O’Brien coauthored the paper “Mapping the Time Course of Semantic Activation in Mediated False Memory: Immediate Classification, Naming, and Recognition,” which was published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. “We evaluated the time course of persistent automatic spreading activation from a mediated list of indirect associates (e.g., meow, day, basement) that all converged upon a non-presented critical item (CI; e.g., black),” states the paper’s abstract.