Gabriel I. Cook, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Education
B.A., Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania; M.S., Ph.D., The University of Georgia
Department(s)
Psychology
Office Hours
Tuesday, 9-10 AM, Wednesday, 2-3 PM, Thursday, 9-10 AM
Contact

gcook@cmc.edu

(909) 607-0493

Seaman Hall 223

Curriculum Vitae

PDF icon GCook-CV.pdf

Areas of Expertise

Cognition

Selected Research and Publications

  • Cook, G. I., Meeks, J. T., Clark-Foos, A., Merritt, P. S., & Marsh, R. L. The Role of Interruptions and Contextual Associations in Delayed-Execute Prospective Memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology.

  • Knight, J. B., Meeks, J. T, Marsh, R. L., Cook, G. I., Brewer, G. A., & Hicks, J. L. (2011). An observation on the spontaneous noticing of prospective memory event-based cues. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37, 298-307.

  • Marsh, R. L., Brewer, G. A., Jameson, J. P., Cook, G. I., Amir, N., & Hicks, J. L. (2009). Threat-related processing supports prospective memory retrieval for people with obsessive tendencies. Memory, 17, 679-686.

  • Cook G. I., Marsh, R. L., Clark-Foos, A. G., & J. T., Marsh, R. L. (2007). Learning is impaired by activated intentions. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 101-106.

  • Cook, G. I., Hicks, J. L., & Marsh, R. L. (2007). Source monitoring is not always enhanced for valenced material. Memory & Cognition, 35, 222-230.