Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences

Adam Redman Congleton

Ph.D., Research Assistant

Profile photoAdam Redman Congleton
Nationality: American
Researcher
Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences - CON AMORE
Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences
Postal address:
Bartholins Allé 9
1351, 423
8000
Aarhus C
Denmark
Postal address:
Denmark
Email: congleton@psy.au.dk
Mobile: +4587166117

Educational Qualifications

Cognitive/Experimental Psychology, Ph.D., Stony Brook University

Award Date: 18 May 2012

Psychology (Cognitive/Experimental Track), M.A., Stony Brook University

Award Date: 31 Aug 2009

Psychology, B.A., Butler University

Award Date: 31 May 2007

Employment Record

Research Assistant

Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences - CON AMORE

Aarhus University

Aarhus C, Denmark

2 Sep 2020 → present

Researcher

Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences

Aarhus University

Aarhus C, Denmark

16 Aug 20181 Jun 2020

Postdoc

Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences - CON AMORE

Aarhus University

Aarhus C, Denmark

4 Sep 20142 Sep 2018

Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences

Aarhus University

Aarhus C, Denmark

2 Jun 20172 Sep 2018

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD), Department of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University,

Australia

Mar 2013Mar 2014

Associate Investigator

ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD), Department of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University,

Australia

Sep 2012Mar 2014

Visiting Scholar

ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD), Department of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University,

Australia

Sep 2012Feb 2013

Research Areas

Emotional Influences on Memory
Involuntary Memory
Collaborative Memory
Social Influences on Memory
Collective Memory

Teaching Areas

Sole Course Instructor
Research and Writing in Psychology (Spring 2009)
Memory (Summer 2010)


Co-Course Instructor
Methodological Approaches to Converting Qualitative Data into Quantitative Data (Spring 2015)
Scientific Communication through the Lens of Mental Time Travel (Spring 2016)
Social Aspects of Memory (Fall 2016)
Scientific Communication (Fall 2017-Spring 2018)


Laboratory Instructor
Cognition Lab (Spring 2010)
Correlation and Regression (Spring 2012)


Teaching Assistant
Human Development – Adolescence (Fall 2007)
Sleep (Spring 2008)
Neuropsychopharmacology (Fall 2008)
Memory (Fall 2009)
Psychology of Women (Fall 2010)

Guest Lecturer

Eyewitness Psychology (Fall 2016, 2017)

Cognitive, Developmental, and Clinical Aspects of Autobiographical Memory (Fall 2017)


Selected Publications

The devil is in the details: investigating the influence of emotion on event memory using a simulated event

Congleton, A. R. & Berntsen, D., Nov 2020, In : Psychological Research. 84, 8, p. 2339-2353 15 p.

Through the gateway of the senses: investigating the influence of sensory modality-specific retrieval cues on involuntary episodic memory

Congleton, A. R., Nielsen, N. P. & Berntsen, D., 2 Mar 2020, In : Psychological Research.

It Took Me by Surprise: Examining the Retroactive Enhancement Effect for Memory of Naturally Unfolding Events

Congleton, A. R. & Berntsen, D., 2020, In : Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 9, 3, p. 300-309 10 p.

The assessment of autobiographical memory: an overview of behavioral methods

Congleton, A. R. & Berntsen, D., 2019, Handbook of research methods in human memory. Otani, H. & Schwartz, B. K. (eds.). New York: Routledge, p. 267-283

The influence of surprising stimuli on event memory

Congleton, A. R. & Berntsen, D., 2019, (Accepted/In press).

Investigating the influence of sensory modality specific retrieval cues on involuntary episodic memory

Congleton, A. R., Nielsen, N. P. & Berntsen, D., 2018.

Investigating the influence of sensory modality specific retrieval cues on involuntary episodic memory

Congleton, A. R., Nielsen, N. P. & Berntsen, D., 2018.

The influence of retrieval cues on involuntary episodic memory

Congleton, A. R., Nielsen, N. P. & Berntsen, D., 2018.

Investigating the influence of retrieval cues on involuntary event memory

Congleton, A. R. & Berntsen, D., 2017.

Influence of emotion on event memory: Introducing the first-person perspective film paradigm

Congleton, A. R. & Berntsen, D., 2016.

Investigating the influence of emotion on event memory

Congleton, A. R. & Berntsen, D., 2016.

Collaboration changes both the content and the structure of memory: Building the architecture of shared representations

Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2014, In : Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 143, 4, p. 1570-1584 15 p.

Reaping what they sow: Benefits of remembering together in intimate couples

Barnier, A. J., Priddis, A., Broekhuijse, J., Harris, C., Cox, R., Addis, D. R., Keil, P. & Congleton, A. R., 2014, In : Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 3, 4, p. 261-265 5 p.

The role of group configuration on the social transmission of memory: Evidence from identical and reconfigured groups

Choi, H-Y., Blumen, H. M., Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2014, In : Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 26, 1, p. 65-80

Mind the Gap: Generations of Questions in the Early Science of Collaborative Recall - Commentary on: "The Applied Value of Collaborative Memory Research in Aging: Behavioral and Neural Considerations": - Commentary on: "The Applied Value of Collaborative Memory Research in Aging: Behavioral and Neural Considerations"

Barnier, A., Harris, C. & Congleton, A. R., 2013, In : Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 2, 2, p. 124-127 4 p.

Quantifying the social influences on memory

Congleton, A. R., Rajaram, S. & Barnier, A. J., 2013.

Collaboration changes what we remember and how we organize it

Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2012.

The origin of the interaction between learning method and delay in the testing effect: the roles of processing and retrieval organization

Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2012, In : Memory & Cognition. 40, 4, p. 528-539

The role of group configuration in the diffusion of memory

Choi, H-Y., Blumen, H., Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2012.

Examining the immediate and delayed aspects of the testing effect

Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2011.

Examining the immediate and delayed aspects of the testing effect

Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2011.

The influence of learning methods on collaboration: Prior repeated retrieval enhances retrieval organization, abolishes collaborative inhibition, and promotes post-collaborative memory

Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2011, In : Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 140, 4, p. 535-551

The influence of learning history on collaborative and individual recall

Congleton, A. R. & Rajaram, S., 2010.

Overcoming test anxiety: Implanted memories of success

Congleton, A. R. & Martin, J., 2007.

Grants, Awards, and Honors

DFF Individual Postdoctoral Grant

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2016

Best Paper Award, Journal of Cognitive Psychology

Hae-Yoon Choi (Recipient), Helena Blumen (Recipient), Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient) & Suparna Rajaram (Recipient), 2014

Research Grant

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2013

Departmental Research Award for Advanced Students

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2012

Doctoral Hooding Ceremony Student Speaker

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2012

Invitee, Provost's Graduate Student Lecture Series

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2012

President's Award to Distinguished Doctoral Students

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2012

Selected Entrant, CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award in Social Science

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2012

Dissertation Research Award

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2011

Travel Grant - Fall 2010

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2010

Travel Grant - Fall 2010

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2010

Travel Grant - Spring 2010

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2010

Highest Departmental Honors in Psychology

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2007

Butler University Foundation Merit Scholarships

Congleton, Adam Redman (Recipient), 2003

Activities

The Influence of Emotion on Memory (tentative title)

Adam Redman Congleton (Invited speaker)

2019

The retroactive influence of surprising emotional stimuli on event memory

Adam Redman Congleton (Invited speaker)

2019

1st Workshop on Human Computer Interaction in Immersive Environments

Adam Redman Congleton (Participant)

2018

Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2017

CON AMORE Conference: Travelling in time

Adam Redman Congleton (Organizer)

2016

Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF) Annual Meeting

Adam Redman Congleton (Participant)

2016

Investigating the influence of emotion on event memory using a virtual event paradigm

Adam Redman Congleton (Invited speaker)

2016

Investigating the influence of emotion on event memory using a virtual event paradigm

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), & Dorthe Berntsen (Other)

2016

Memory Studies (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2016

Psychological Bulletin (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2016

Teacher Training Programme in English for Postdocs and Assistant Professors Module 1

Adam Redman Congleton (Participant)

2016

Cognitive Processing (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2015

Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF) Annual Meeting

Adam Redman Congleton (Participant)

2015

Educational Psychologist (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2015

Examining the influence of emotional valence and arousal on autobiographical memory using first-person perspective films

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), & Dorthe Berntsen (Other)

2015

Examining the influence of emotional valence and arousal on autobiographical memory using first-person perspective films

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer)

2015

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2015

Memory and Cognition (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2015

The influence of collaborative remembering on varieties of memory

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), & Suparna Rajaram (Other)

2015

Emotion (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2014

The architecture of memory

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer)

2014

Memory Day 2013

Adam Redman Congleton (Chair person)

2013

Neuroscience Research Workshop

Adam Redman Congleton (Participant)

2013

Remembering together makes us true believers: The origins of shared memories and shared beliefs

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), , Suparna Rajaram (Other), & Amanda J. Barnier (Other)

2013

The influence of retrieval organization on the formation and persistence of collective memory

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), & Suparna Rajaram (Other)

2013

The role of collaboration in the formation of shared memories and shared beliefs

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), , Suparna Rajaram (Other), & Amanda J. Barnier (Other)

2013

When less is more: Retrieval-refined representations produce the testing effect

Christian Luhmann (Lecturer), , Adam Redman Congleton (Other), , Zhao (Other), & Suparna Rajaram (Other)

2013

Collaboration changes both the content and structure of collective memory

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer)

2012

Scaffolding Memory Workshop

Adam Redman Congleton (Organizer)

2012

The relationship between belief and memory

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer)

2012

Collective Memory Workshop

Adam Redman Congleton (Participant)

2011

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition (Journal)

Adam Redman Congleton (Reviewer)

2011

Examining the immediate and delayed aspects of the testing effect

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), & Suparna Rajaram (Other)

2010

The influence of learning history on collaborative and individual recall

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), & Suparna Rajaram (Other)

2010

Impact of learning history on collaborative and individual recall

Adam Redman Congleton (Lecturer), & Suparna Rajaram (Other)

2009