Faculty

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Bob Uttl

Education:
B.Sc. Hon (McMaster University),
MA, PhD (University of British Columbia); Psychology

Office:  EA3061
Phone:  403.440.8539
E-mail:  buttl@mtroyal.ca
Webpage
: http://www.docbob.ca
 

 TEACHING

  • PSYC 2210  Statistical Methods for Psychology I
  • PSYC 4413  Advanced Methods II
  • PSYC 4405  Psychometrics
  • PSYC 4465  Advanced Topics in Cognition

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Cognition and Memory; Prospective Memory; Cognitive Aging; Cognitive and Neuropsychological Assessment; Measurement; Human Factors; Education

RESEARCH SUPPORT

NSERC Discovery Grant (2011-2016; $27,000/year)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Uttl, B, White, CA, Wong Gonzalez, D. (2016, in press). Meta-analysis of faculty's teaching effectiveness: Student evaluation of teaching ratings and student learning are not related. Studies in Educational Evaluation.

Uttl, B., White, C.A., Wong Gonzalez, D., McDouall, J., & Leonard, C.A. (2013). Prospective memory, personality, and individual differences. Frontiers in Personality Science and Individual Differences. 4, 1-15.

Uttl, B. (2011). Transparent Meta-Analysis: Does Aging Spare Prospective Memory with Focal vs. Nonfocal Cues? PLoS ONE, 6(2): e16618.

Uttl, B., & Kibreab, M. (2011). Self-report measures of prospective memory are reliable but not valid. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, 57-68.

Uttl, B., & Kisinger, K. (2010). Meaning of missing values in eyewitness recall and accident records.  PLoS ONE, 5(9), e12539.

Uttl, B. (2008). Transparent meta-analysis of prospective memory and aging, PLoS ONE, 3(2): e1568.

Uttl, B., Graf, P., & Siegenthaler, A. (2006). Influence of object size on baseline identification, priming, and explicit memory. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 48, 281-288.

Uttl, B. (2005). Measurement of individual differences: Lessons from memory assessment in research and clinical practice. Psychological Science, 47, 460-467.

Uttl, B., & Van Alstine, C. (2003). Rising verbal IQ scores: Implications for research and clinical practice. Psychology and Aging, 18, 616-21.

Workshop Publications

Uttl, B., McDouall, J., Mitchell, C., & White, C. A. (2012). Avalanche accident reduction tools in a North American context. Proceedings of International Snow Science Workshop, Anchorage, AK, USA, 834-839. 

Uttl, B., McDouall, J., & Mitchell, C. (2012). Evaluating the Avaluator Avalanche Accident Prevention Card 2.0. Proceedings of International Snow Science Workshop, Anchorage, AK, USA, 840-847. 

Uttl, B., McDouall, J., & Leonard, C. A. (2012). Measurement of prospective memory: Importance of delay and continuous measures. In N. Columbus (Ed.), Psychology of Memory, Nova Science Publishers.

Uttl, B., & Uttl, J. (2009). On superiority of simple solutions to complex problems and other fairy tales. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Davos, Switzerland, 623-627.

Uttl, B., Uttl, J., & Henry, M. (2008). The Avaluator Avalanche Accident Prevention Card: Facts, fictions, and controversies. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Whistler, BC, Canada, 445-454.

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

White, C., Uttl, B., & Holder, M. (2017, June, accepted). Meta-analyses of positive psychology interventions on well-being and depression: Reanalyses and replications. The Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology, Montreal, Canada.

Uttl, B., Cnudde, K., & White, C. (2017, March, accepted). Moderators of student evaluation of teaching ratings and learning/achievement correlations. International Convention on Psychological Science, Vienna, Austria.

Uttl, B., Cnudde, K., & Grant, L. (2017, March, accepted). Meta-analyses of relationship between prospective memory and fluid vs. crystalized intelligence. International Convention on Psychological Science, Vienna, Austria.

Uttl, B., Grant, L., & Cnudde, K. (2016, June). Intelligence, individual differences, and prospective memory. Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Cnudde, K., Uttl, B., & Grant, L. (2016, June). Episodic prospective memory, depression, and anxiety. Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Uttl, B, Cnudde, K., & Grant, L. (2016, June). Meta-analysis of multi-section studies: Student ability predicts student achievement better than Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) ratings. Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Grant, L., Uttl, B., & Cnudde, K. (2016, April). Prospective memory, depression, and anxiety. Banff Annual Seminars in Cognitive Science, Banff, AB, Canada.

Cnudde, K., Grant, L., & Uttl, B. (2016, April). Intelligence, individual differences and prospective memory. Banff Annual Seminars in Cognitive Science, Banff, AB, Canada.

Uttl, B., Cnudde, K., & Grant, L. (2016, April). Meta-analysis of multisection studies: Students' prior ability predicts student achievement the best. Banff Annual Seminars in Cognitive Science, Banff, AB, Canada.

Uttl, B., White, C., Hodgson, J., & Mathison, K. (2015, July). Prospective memory and individual differences. European Congress of Psychology, Milan, Italy.