Donald U. Robertson

Donald U. Robertson

Department Of Psychology, Indiana University Of Pennsylvania, Uhler Hall, 15705-1068, Indiana, Pa, Usa

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Donald U Robertson has direct influence:

performance anxiety
federal inmates
stringent test
stimulus presentation
trumpet playing
woman batterers
text memory

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Donald U Robertson has influence:

combined factor
millon multiaxial inventory
criminal offender
personality disorder
clients function
objective battery
unique sources

Prominent publications by Donald U. Robertson

KOL-Index: 12 Efforts to identify men who batter women in clinical settings have increased in recent years, but batterer research in United States federal prisons is lacking; low security federal prisons are logical places to consider batterer screening and treatment given the number of men, the domestic violence "risk markers" associated with these men and the likelihood they will be released and return ...
Known for
115 Security Federal Inmates | Prisons | Physical Violence | 10 13
KOL-Index: 6 Three experiments explored the effects of preexisting attitudes on memory for texts using Kintsch's (1988) Construction Integration model as a framework for the investigation. Attitude instances were presented in the microstructure of texts to separate attitude and topic effects, making a stringent test of attitude effects. Preexisting attitudes were shown to interact with attitude texts ...
Known for
Kintschs 1988 Construction Integration | Automatic Attitude Activation | Representational | Social Psychological Literature
KOL-Index: 6 Heart rate, heart rate variability, stroke volume, and cardiac output were measured while six college students and six professionals played trumpet. One-minute rest periods were followed by 1 minute of playing exercises designed to assess the effects of pitch and articulation. Heart rate and heart rate variability increased during playing, but stroke volume decreased. Changes in heart rate ...
Known for
Minute Playing | Students Professionals | Variability Stroke | Volume Cardiac
KOL-Index: 4 RationaleN-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonists (e.g., PCP, ketamine) have been shown to impair learning/memory. Well documented in animal models, only limited research in humans has been reported. Findings to date are similar to results of animal studies; however, antagonists are typically administered before the learning experience. This may be problematic as memory failure could ...
Known for
Sensory Processing | 24 Normal | Effects Ketamine | Memory Consolidation
KOL-Index: 3 Performance anxiety is a common problem for many students and an issue that educators often address. This article examines a model of performance anxiety based on working memory and attentional processes. The model is described in a way that is easily understood by students of all ages. It is then used to classify methods of reducing performance anxiety and explaining how they work. ...

Department of Psychology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Uhler Hall, 15705-1068, Indiana, PA, USA

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