Cognitive Psychology, General Psychology, Research Methods in Psychology, Positive Psychology, Introduction to Psychological Science
Ph. D., 2004, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
B.S., 1994, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- 2008-present Assistant Professor of Psychology, The College of Idaho
- 2004-2007 Post-doctoral Research Scholar, National Institute on Aging Training Grant, Psychology Department, Washington University, St. Louis
- 2004 Lecturer, Psychology Department, University of Michigan, Ann-Arbor
Minear, M.E. & Brasher, F. (2011). Attention, working memory and impulsiveness in high media multitaskers. Poster presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, Washington.
Brandt Guerrero, C., Minear, M. & Angleton, M. (2011). A New Measure of Self-Reported Tidiness: Does Tidiness Make You Happier? Poster presented at 23rd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society, Washington D.C.
Minear, M., Milburn, C. J., Moore, C.A., & Nance, L.S. (2011). Differing forms of procrastination and relationships to impulsiveness, self-control and working memory. Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society, Washington D.C.
Minear, M., & Thacker, M. (2011). Better task-switching performance in expert video game players: Superior preparation? Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society 18th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
Minear, M.E., Brasher, F., Lewis, J., McCurdy, M., & Younggren, A. (2010). Effects of media multitasking use on cognitive performance. Poster presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, Missouri.
Articles and Book Chapters
Minear, M., & Shah, P. (2008). Training and transfer effects in task-switching. Memory & Cognition, 36, 1470-1483.
Minear, M. & Shah, P. (2006). Sources of working memory deficits in children and possibilities for remediation. In S.J. Pickering (Ed.) Working memory and Education. Elsevier Press 273-307.