Yolanda   Matus

Lecturer 1  

Office: ELABN 201
Email: yolanda.matus@utrgv.edu

Yolanda Matus





Selected Publications


  • Yolanda Matus, J Jou, G Leka, and D Rogers. "Contraction bias in memorial quantifying judgment: Does it come from a stable compressed memory representation or a dynamic adaptation process?," The American Journal of Psychology 117, no. 4 (2004): 543-564.

  • Jerwen Jou, Gary Leka, Darrin Rogers, and Yolanda Matus. "Contraction bias in memorial quantifying judgments: Does it come from a stable compressed memory representation or a dynamic adaptation process? ," The American Journal of Psychology 117, (2004): 573-564.

  • Yolanda Matus, J Jou, J Aldridge, D Rogers, and R Zimmerman. "How similar is false recognition to veridical recognition objectively and subjectively? ," Journal of Memory & Cognition 32, (2004): 824-840.

  • Jerwen Jou, Yolanda Matus, and Darrin Rogers. Distinctive orthographic feature processing of words greatly reduces false recall: A transfer appropriateness explanation. Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society, 8, 2003: 91.

  • Yolanda Matus Test Translation and Cultural Equivalence: Methodologies for use with Diverse Populations. Handbook of Multicultural Mental Health: Assessment. San Diego: Academic Press., 2000: 121-170.



Selected Presentations


  • Yolanda Matus. "Bilingualism," 1er Coloquio estudiantil sobre lengua, crítica y creación literaria en la frontera, Museum of South Texas History, (2006)

  • Jerwen Jou, Darrin Rogers, and Yolanda Matus. "Sensory/perceptual, and consciousness differences between true and false positive recognitions," American Psychological Society’s Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA (2003)

  • Jerwen Jou, Yolanda Matus, and Darrin Rogers. "Distinctive orthographic feature processing of words greatly reduces false recall: A transfer appropriateness explanation," Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, Canada (2003)

  • Yolanda Matus, J Jou, and D Rogers. "Sensory/perceptual and consciousness differences between true and false positive recognitions," APS 15th Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia (2003)

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PSYC 3324 01 - Social Psychology:
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PSYC 4333 01 - Theories of Personality:
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PSYC 2301 13 - General Psychology:
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PSYC 3324 02 - Social Psychology:
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PSYC 2301 14 - General Psychology:
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