- Child & Adult Development
- Successful Aging
- Digital Literacy & Technology Use
- Memory & Forgetting
- Exploring digital literacy in older adulthood
- Ph.D.: Cognitive Developmental Psychology (Cognition & Neuroscience).
September 2011 – August 6, 2015 at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Thesis: Retrieval-Induced Forgetting in Kindergartner: Evaluating the Inhibitory
- M.Ed.: Educational Psychology (Measurement & Evaluation).
September, 2009 – August 29, 2011 from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Thesis: Determining the Psychometric Properties of Retrieval-Induced
- B.A. Honours: Psychology.
September, 2000 - May, 2005 from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Thesis: Omitting Details from Post-Event Practice. Are Omission Effects Due to Output Interference?
- Letter of Program Recognition (3Year): Sociology.
September, 2000 - May, 2005 from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Minor: Criminological Sociology
- Building Bridges to Positive Aging Among Canadian Seniors (with Dr. Donna Goodridge)
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- Examining the reliability of retrieval-induced forgetting
- Reading ability, preferences, and practices among rural Saskatchewan youth (with Dr. Jay Wilson)
- Digital literacy among rural Saskatchewan youth (with Dr. Jay Wilson)
- Comprehensive Narrative Elaboration Technique: Examining CNET Efficacy (with Dr. Tammy Marche)
- Distinguishing experienced from non-experienced events: Can children’s drawings tells us what is real? (with Dr. Tammy Marche)
Selected Publications and Presentations
Danielle L. Cormier, Leah J. Ferguson, Nancy C. Gyurcsik, Jennifer L. Briere, John G. H. Dunn & Kent C. Kowalski (2021): Grit in sport: a scoping review, International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, DOI: 10.1080/1750984X.2021.1934887
Cosford, K., Briere, J. L., Ambros, B., Beazley, S., & Cartwright, C. (2020). Effect of Instructional Format on Veterinary Students’ Task Performance and Emotional State during a Simulation-Based Canine Endotracheal Intubation Laboratory: Handout versus Video. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. DOI: 10.3138/jvme.0618-077r1
Briere, J. L., & Wilson, J. (2018). Reading ability and multiliteracy among rural Saskatchewan high school students. Journal of Literacy and Technology.
- Briere, J. L. & Campbell, J. I. (2015). Language, visual working memory, and dot subtraction: What counts? Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology. DOI: 10.1037/cep0000067
- Marche, T. A., Briere, J. L., Cordwell, T. L., & Holliday, R. E. (2014). Interviewing the elderly eyewitness (pp. 263-285). In M. Toglia, D. Ross, J. Pozzulo, & E. Pica (Eds.), The Elderly Eyewitness in Court. New York, NY: Psychology Press.
- Marche, T. A., Briere, J. L., & von Baeyer, C. L. (2016). Children’s forgetting of pain-related memories. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 41 (2).
- Rocha, E. M., Marche, T. A., & Briere, J. L. (2013). The effect of forced-choice questions on children’s suggestibility: A comparison of multiple-choice and yes/no questions. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 45 (1), 1 –11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0028507
- Wilson, J., Briere, J. L., & Nahachewsky, J. (2016). Rural high school students’ digital literacy. Journal of Literacy and Technology.
- Psy 213.3: Child Development
- Psy 216.3: Psychology of Aging
- Psy 255.3: Human Memory
- Psy 253.3: Cognitive Psychology
- Psy 317.3: Advanced Developmental Psychology: Cognitive Development I
- Psy 318.3: Advanced Developmental Psychology: Cognitive Development II
- Member of the STM Scholarship and Bursaries Committee
- Member of the Advisory Circle for the STM Chair in Indigenous Spirituality and Reconciliation
- Member, STM Research Committee