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Jennifer Briere Assistant Professor

Address
STM 214

Research Area(s)

  • Child & Adult Development
  • Successful Aging
  • Digital Literacy & Technology Use
  • Memory & Forgetting
  • Exploring digital literacy in older adulthood
Dr. Briere is accepting Honours and Graduate Students.

Education

  • 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 
Account

  • 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 
Forgetting

  • 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

Research Projects

  • 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

  • Briere, J. L., & Wilson, J. (2018). Reading ability and multiliteracy among rural Saskatchewan high school studentsJournal of Literacy and Technology. 

  • Cosford, K., Briere, J. L., Ambros, B., Beazley, S., & Cartwright, C. (2019).  The effect of instructional format on student anxiety, confidence, and performance scores 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. & 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.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • 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

Administrative Responsibilities

  • 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