B.Sc. (Hons), Mount Saint Vincent University
MA/PhD (Experimental Psychology), University of New Brunswick (Fredericton)
- PSYC 1103/1104 Introductory Psychology
- PSYC 2265 Cognitive Psychology
- PSYC 3369 Sensation and Perception
- PSYC 3305 History of Psychological Thought
- Hemispheric laterality; dichotic listening; language and emotional processing; processing of sarcastic speech
- MRU Internal Research Grant ($4,000)
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Techentin, C., & Voyer, D. (2011). Word frequency and familiarity effects in a non-fused dichotic words task. Laterality, 16, 313-332.
Voyer, D. & Techentin, C. (2010). Subjective acoustic features of sarcasm: Lower, slower, and more. Metaphor and Symbol,25, 227-242.
Techentin, C., Voyer, D., & Klein, R. (2009). Between- and within-ear congruency and laterality effects in an auditory word/emotion conflict task. Brain and Cognition, 70, 201-208.
Voyer, D., & Techentin, C. (2009). Dichotic listening with consonant-vowel pairs: The role of place of articulation and stimulus dominance. Journal of Phonetics, 37. 162-172.
Voyer, D., Bowes, A., & Techentin, C. (2008). On the perception of sarcasm in dichotic listening. Neuropsychology, 22, 390-399.
Techentin, C. & Voyer, D. (2007). Congruency, attentional set and laterality effects with emotional words. Neuropsychology, 21, 646-655.