Carrie Kobelsky

Carrie Kobelsky
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Area of expertise

Individualized Programs

Supervisors

Drs. Michael Masson & Ulrich Mueller

Research interests

My research currently involves exploring the time course of action representations for manipulable objects. Specifically, we are interested in how our interactions with objects cue our understanding of the object through our conceptual knowledge. We are comparing how children differ from adults in these action representations.

Representative publications

Kobelsky, C., Bub, D. N., & Masson, M. J. (2014, May). Time course of evoked action representations. Paper presented at the annual meeting for NOrthWest Cognition and Memory, Victoria, BC. Abstract retrieved from http://web.uvic.ca/~nowcam/sites/default/files/NOWCAM%20full%20program%202015.pdf

Kobelsky, C., Bub, D. N., & Masson, M. E .J. (2014, July). Time course of evoked action representations. Paper presented at the annual meeting for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Toronto, ON. Abstract retrieved from https://www.csbbcs.org/2014/index.php/meeting/2014/paper/view/87

Kobelsky, C., Bub, D. N., & Masson, M. E. J. (2014, November). Time course of evoked action representations. Poster presented at the annual meeting for Psychonomics, Long Beach, CA