Judith Wiley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Arcadia faculty member since 1996
- Office: Boyer Hall 131
- Phone: 215-572-4090
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- B.A. Plymouth State College, Summa Cum Laude
- Ph.D. University of Missouri, Columbia
Dr. Wiley's research interests include life span development, action/activity memory, cognitive development, fundamental memory processes, memory deficits related to disease, and attention and learning.
Arcadia Courses Taught
- Introduction to Psychology (PY101, PY102, and PY111)
- Learning and Cognition Labs (PY221L)
- Behavioral Neuroscience Labs (PY222L)
- Montessori: Her World, Her Work and Her Wisdom (US247)
- Geary, D.C., Frensch, P.A., & Wiley, J.G. (1993) Simple and complex mental subtraction: Strategy choices and speed of processing differences in young and elderly adults. Psychology and Aging. 8(2), 242-256.
- Kausler, D.H., Wiley, J.G. & Phillips, P.L. (1990) Adult age differences for massed and distributed repeated actions. Psychology and Aging. 5(4), 530-534.
- Newcombe, N., Huttenlocher, J., Drummey, A.B., & Wiley, J.G. (1998) The development of spatial location coding: Place learning and dead reckoning in the second and third years. Cognitive Development, 13, 185-200.
- Wiley, J.G. & Kausler, D.H. (1993) Adult Age Differences in temporal memory for cyclic actions. Experimental Aging Research. (4), 351 - 365.
- Wiley, J.G. & Kausler, D.H. (1989, May) Adult age differences in retention of content for subject performed actions. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.