Erica E. Wager

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Title: 
Psychology Faculty
Primary Department:
Manages: Behavioral Sciences
 Phone: 623.935.8450
 Location: ARO-234
Office Hours Additional Information 
Mondays 1:30-2:30 (online); --- Tuesdays 11am-1pm (in office, ARO 234); --- Wednesdays 1:30-2:30 (online); --- Thursdays 12-1pm (in office, ARO 234); --- Also by appointment, I’m happy to meet you at other times! Simply email me at [email protected] and we can work out another time

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/view/ericawager

Academic Interests 
Sleep Psychology, Biopsychology, Research Methods, Statistics
College Service 
2015-2018, E Squared Mentor
2018-2019, HFAB Committee Member
2018-2020, Phi Theta Kappa Co-Advisor
2016-present, Diversity Committee Member
2016-present, Psi Beta, National Honor Society in Psychology for Community Colleges Co-Advisor
2016-present, Psychology Club Co-Advisor
2019-present, SAC Member
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
PSY230 View class details for Introduction to Statistics (PSY230)Introduction to Statistics SPR22 TR 1:00pm - 2:15pm
JAN 18 - MAY 13
PSY231 View class details for Laboratory for Statistics (PSY231)Laboratory for Statistics SPR22 TR 2:30pm - 3:20pm
JAN 18 - MAY 13
PSY240 View class details for Developmental Psychology (PSY240)Developmental Psychology SPR22 JAN 18 - MAY 13
PSY275 View class details for Biopsychology (PSY275)Biopsychology SPR22 JAN 18 - MAY 13
PSY240 View class details for Developmental Psychology (PSY240)Developmental Psychology SUM22 JUL 5 - AUG 4
PSY101 View class details for Introduction to Psychology (PSY101)Introduction to Psychology FAL22 AUG 22 - DEC 16
PSY101 View class details for Introduction to Psychology (PSY101)Introduction to Psychology FAL22 AUG 22 - DEC 16
PSY230 View class details for Introduction to Statistics (PSY230)Introduction to Statistics FAL22 TR 1:00pm - 1:50pm
AUG 23 - DEC 16
PSY231 View class details for Laboratory for Statistics (PSY231)Laboratory for Statistics FAL22 TR 2:00pm - 3:15pm
AUG 23 - DEC 16
PSY275 View class details for Biopsychology (PSY275)Biopsychology FAL22 AUG 22 - DEC 16
PSY275 View class details for Biopsychology (PSY275)Biopsychology FAL22 TR 10:00am - 12:05pm
AUG 23 - DEC 16