Erica E. Wager

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Title: 
Psychology Faculty
Primary Department:
Manages: Social & Behavioral Sciences
 Phone: 623.935.8450
 Location: MON 268
Monday: 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
Tuesday: 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
Wednesday: 4:00 pm-5:30 pm
Thursday: 2:00 pm-3:30 pm
Office Hours Additional Information 
Email me for more information on my office hours and classes

Erica.Wager

Education 
M.A. Psychology
University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
B.S. Psychology
University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Biography 

Find out more about me at: https://sites.google.com/site/ericaewager/

Academic Interests 
Sleep Psychology, Biopsychology, Research Methods, Statistics
College Service 
2015-2018, E Squared Mentor
2018-2019, HFAB Committee Member
2016-present, Diversity Committee Member
2016-present, Psychology Club Co-Advisor
2016-present, Psi Beta, National Honor Society in Psychology for Community Colleges Co-Advisor
2018-present, Phi Theta Kappa Co-Advisor
Affiliations 
Western Psychology Association
Sleep Research Society
Publications & Intellectual Contributions 

Wager, E., Brzuzy, S. (2019). Testing Student Success Data; Findings and Recommendations. Higher Learning Commission, with support from Lumina Foundation.

Cacciamani, L., Wager, E., Peterson, M. A., & Scalf, P. E. (2017). Age-related changes in perirhinal cortex sensitivity to configuration and part familiarity and connectivity to visual cortex. Frontiers in aging neuroscience9, 291.

Scalf, P., Koushik, S. S., Hafezi, A., Wager, E., & Folstein, J. (2015). Perceptual Training and Competition for Representation in Visual Cortex. Journal of vision15(12), 1128-1128.

Wager, E., Peterson, M. A., Folstein, J. R., & Scalf, P. E. (2015). Ground-based inhibition: suppressive perceptual mechanisms interact with top-down attention to reduce distractor interference. Journal of vision15(8), 9-9.

Conference Presentations 

Wager, E., Brzuzy, S. (2019). Testing Student Success Data; Findings and Recommendations. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL

Wager, E., Youngstedt, S., Parthasarathy S., Jean-Louis, G., Irwin, M., Havens, C., Bootzin, R. (2015). Older long sleepers take longer on a visual attention and inhibition task than average sleepers. Associated Professional Sleep Societies Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Classes Current Teaching
Name Title Term Days Times/Dates
PSY101 View class details for Introduction to Psychology (PSY101)Introduction to Psychology SPR20 TR 1:00pm - 2:15pm
JAN 14 - MAY 8
PSY101 View class details for Introduction to Psychology (PSY101)Introduction to Psychology SPR20 JAN 13 - MAY 8
PSY230 View class details for Introduction to Statistics (PSY230)Introduction to Statistics SPR20 MW 5:45pm - 7:00pm
JAN 13 - MAY 8
PSY231 View class details for Laboratory for Statistics (PSY231)Laboratory for Statistics SPR20 MW 7:15pm - 8:05pm
JAN 13 - MAY 8
PSY275 View class details for Biopsychology (PSY275)Biopsychology SPR20 MW 11:00am - 1:05pm
JAN 13 - MAY 8