Anne Cook
  • Professor, Educational Psychology
  • MStat Track Representative, Educational Psychology
  • Program Director, Learning Sciences, Educational Psychology
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Publications

  • O'Brien, E. J. (date unknown). O'Brien, E. J., & Cook, A. E. (2016). Separating the activation, integration, and validation components of reading. In Ross, B. H. (Ed.), The psychology of learning and motivation, 65, 249-276.. Accepted, .
  • ANNE E COOK (date unknown). Cook, A. E., & Wei, W. (in press). Using eye movements to study reading processes: Methodological considerations. In C. A. Was, F. J. Sansoit, & B. J. Morris (Eds.). Eye Tracking Technology Applications in Educational Research. IGI Global.. Accepted, .
  • Edward O'Brien (date unknown). O’Brien, E. J., & Cook, A. E. (in press). Separating the activation, integration, and validation components of reading. In Ross, B. H. (Ed.). The psychology of learning and motivation, Vol. 65.. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). Using pupillometry in the detection of deception. Springer. Accepted, .
  • O'Brien, E. J. (date unknown). O’Brien, E. J., & Cook, A. E. (2015). Models of discourse comprehension. In A. Pollatsek, & R. Treiman (Eds.). Handbook on reading. Oxford University Press.. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2015.). Passive activation and instantiation of inferences during reading. In E. J. O’Brien, A. E. Cook, & R. F. Lorch (Eds). Inferences during reading. Cambridge University Press.. Accepted, .
  • Hacker, D. J. (date unknown). Hacker. D. J., Kuhlman, B., Kircher, J. C., Cook, A. E., & Woltz, D. J. (2014). Detecting deception using ocular metrics during reading. (pp. 159-216). In D.C. Raskin, C.R. Honts, & J. C. Kircher (Eds). Credibility assessment: Scientific research and applications. Elsevier.. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). Fundamental components of reading comprehension. Cambridge Handbook of cognition and education. Accepted, .
  • Wei, W. (date unknown). Using primary research literature to teach critical thinking in pre-service teacher education. (pp. 448-469). Handbook of research on critical thinking strategies in pre-service learning environments. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Goldstein, S., Ozonoff, S., Cook, A. E., Clark, E. (2009). Current Research, Challenging Issues and Best Practices in the Assessment of Autism. In S. Goldstein, J. A. Naglieri, & S. Ozonoff (Eds.), Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders (pp. 358-372). New York, NY: Guilford Press.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Cook, A. E., Zheng, R., & Blaz, J. W. (2009). Measurement of Cognitive Load During Multimedia Learning Activities. In R. Zheng (Ed.). Cognitive Effects on Multimedia Learning.(pp. 34-50). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishing Co.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Bills, M. A. A., & Cook, A. E. (2010). Measuring degrees of coherence: How individuals with and without autism process semantic anomalies. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). Fundamentals of inferencing during reading. Language and Linguistic Compass. Accepted, .
  • Ron Yaros (date unknown). Yaros, R., & Cook, A. E. (2011) Attention Versus Learning Of Online Content: Preliminary Findings From An Eye-Tracking Study. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, and Learning, 1, 49-69. Accepted, .
  • Christina Rodriguez (date unknown). Rodriguez, C. M., Cook, A. E., & Jedrziewski, C. T. (2011). Reading between the lines: Implicit assessment of the Association of Parental Attributions and Empathy with Abuse Risk. Manuscript under review. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Cook, A. E., Lassonde, K. A., Splinter, A., Guéraud, S., Steigler, J., & O‘Brien, E. J. (2010). The role of relevance in the activation and instantiation of predictive inferences. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). What can eye movements tell us about higher level comprehension?. Vision. Vol. 3, 45-61. Accepted, .
  • O'Brien, E. J. (date unknown). O'Brien, E. J., & Cook, A. E. (2016). Coherence threshold and the continuity of processing. The RI-Val model of comprehension. Discourse Processes, 53, 326-338. Accepted, .
  • Wei. W. (date unknown). Wei, W., & Cook, A. E. (2016). Semantic size and contextual congruency effects during reading: Evidence from eye movements. Discourse Processes, 53, 415-429. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). O’Brien, E. J., Cook, A. E., & Gueraud, S. (2010). Accessibility of outdated information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 36, 979-991. Accepted, .
  • Bovard, P. B. (date unknown). Effects of indirect questions on the ocular-motor deception test. Polygraph and Forensic Credibility Assessment: A Journal of Science and Field Practice. Vol. 48, 40-59. Accepted, .
  • Christina Rodriguez (date unknown). Rodriguez, C. M., Cook, A. E., & Jedrziewski, C. T. (2012). Reading between the lines: Implicit assessment of the Association of Parental Attributions and Empathy with Abuse Risk. Child Abuse and Neglect, 36, 364-571. Accepted, .
  • Cook (date unknown). Cook, A. E. (2014). Processing anomalous anaphors. Memory & Cognition, 42, 1171-1185. Accepted, .
  • Anne Cook (date unknown). Cook, A. E., Hacker, D. J., Webb, A., Osher, D., Kristjansson, S., Woltz, D. J., & Kircher, J. C. (2012). Lyin’ Eyes: Ocular-Motor Measures of Reading Reveal Deception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 18, 201-313. Accepted, .
  • Creer, S. D. (date unknown). Can readers fully adopt the perspective of the protagonist?. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Vol. 73, 664-675. Accepted, .
  • Colbert-Getz, J. (date unknown). Colbert-Getz, J., & Cook, A. E. (2013). Revisiting effects of contextual strength on the subordinate bias effect: Evidence from eye movements. Memory & Cognition, 41, 1172-1184. Accepted, .
  • Robert Zheng (date unknown). Zheng, R., & Cook, A. E. (2012). Solving complex problems: A convergent approach to cognitive load measurement. British Journal of Educational Technology, 43, 233-246. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). Validation of semantic illusions independent of anomaly detection: Evidence from eye movements. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Vol. 7, 113-121. Accepted, .
  • Pooja Patnaik (date unknown). Patnaik, P., Woltz, D. J., Hacker, D. J., Cook, A. E., Ramm, M. D. F., Webb, A. K, & Kircher, J. C. (2016). Generalizability of an ocular-motor test for deception to a Mexican population. International Journal of Applied Psychology, 6. Accepted, .
  • Anne Cook (date unknown). Cook, A. E., Lassonde, K. A., Splinter, A., Guéraud, S., Steigler, J., & O’Brien, E. J. (2014). The role of relevance in the activation and instantiation of predictive inferences. Language and Cognitive Processes, 29, 244-257. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2014). Knowledge activation, integration, and validation during narrative text comprehension. Discourse Processes, 51, 26-49. Accepted, .
  • Cook, A. E. (date unknown). Cook, A. E., Colbert-Getz, J., & Kircher, J. C. (2013). Number-of-Feature effects during reading: Evidence from eye movements. Discourse Processes, 50 (3), 210-225. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Webb, A. K, Honts, C. R., Kircher, J. C., Bernhardt, P., & Cook, A. E. (2009). Effectiveness of pupil diameter in a probable-lie comparison question test for deception. Legal and Criminological Psychology. Accepted, .
  • Dean, S. (date unknown). Teaching and learning guide for: Fundamentals of inferencing during reading. Language and Linguistic Compass. Accepted, .
  • Michael Battistone (date unknown). Battistone, M., Morgan, M., Cook, A. E., Case, G., & Jones, T. (in press). What are you reading? A survey of the reading habits of medical students. Teaching and Leanring in Medicine. (Abstract). Accepted, .
  • Brian Kuhlman (date unknown). Kuhlman, B. B., Webb, A. K., Patnaik, P., Cook, A. E., Woltz, D. J., Hacker, D. J., & Kircher, J. C. (2011). Evoked Pupil Responses Habituate During an Oculomotor Test for Deception. Psychophysiology, 48, S63. (Abstract). Accepted, .

Presentations

  • Cook, A. E. (2018, December). Prediction in discourse processing. Invited address at workshop at Northwestern University. Evanston, IL. , Presented, 2018.
  • Cook, A. E., Hacker D. J., Kircher, J.C., Potts, A., Raskin, D. Woltz, D., Patnaik, P., & Webb, A. (2018, September). Ocular-motor Deception Test. Invited address at the Association of International Polygraph Professionals. Oaxaca, Mexico. , Presented, 2018.
  • Kircher, J. C., Woltz, D. J., Hacker, D. J., Cook, A. E., Webb, A. K, Patnaik, P. , Potts, A., & Raskin, D. (2017, August). Ocular-motor deception test. Invited address to the American Polygraph Association. Las Vegas, NV. , Presented, 2017.
  • Kircher, J. C., Woltz, D. J., Hacker, D. J., Cook, A. E., Webb, A. K, Patnaik, P. , Potts, A., & Raskin, D. (2016, October). Ocular-motor deception test. Invited address to the Latin American Polygraph Association. Bogota, Colombia. , Presented, 2016.
  • Cook, A. E., (2016, March). Knowledge activation, integration, and validation during reading. Roy Erickson Invited Lecture. Department of Psychology, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. , Presented, 2016.
  • Cook, A. E., Hacker, D. J., Kircher, J. C., & Woltz, D. J. (May 2012). Ocularmotor Deception Test: Review of Laboratory and Field Research. Invited address to the Society of Retired FBI Agents. Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2012.
  • Cook, A. E., Hacker, D. J., Kircher, J. C., & Wotz, D. J. (April, 2012). Ocularmotor Deception Test: Review of Laboratory and Field Research. Invited address to the Narcotic Affairs Section and Customs and Border Protection, organized by the National Center for Credibility Assessment, Denver, CO. , Presented, 2012.
  • Patnaik, P., Kircher, J.C., Cook, A.E., Hacker, D.J., & Woltz, D.J. (2014, September). Ocular-motor methods for detecting deception: Direct versus indirect interrogation. Poster presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research convention, Atlanta, GA. , Presented, 2014.
  • Smith, E. R., Cook, A. E., Lassonde, K., & O’Brien, E. J. (August, 2014). Tracking space and time. Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse. Chicago, IL. , Presented, 2014.
  • Harward, S., Cook, A. E., Farley, M. A., McMahon, W. M., Jenson, W. R., Builder, D., Coon, H., Viskochil, J., & Haygeman, E. & (May, 2013). Language regression in ASD: A 30-year longitudinal study investigating outcomes in adulthood. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research. Donostia, Spain. , Presented, 2013.
  • Battistone, M. J., Morgan, M., Cook, A. E., Case, G., & Jones, T. (October, 2012). What are you reading? A survey of the reading habits of medical students. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting for the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine. Phoenix, AZ. , Presented, 2012.
  • Butcher, K.R., Zheng, R., Cook, A., & Ferrara, L. (2010, August). Facilitating Educator Evaluation of Online Instructional Materials: Does Conceptual Browsing Impact Cognitive Processing? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2010), Portland, OR. , Accepted, 2010.
  • Creer, S. D., Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2019, July). Passive activation during perspective-taking. Paper submitted to the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting. New York, NY. , Presented, 2019.
  • Walsh, E. K., Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2017). Processing fantasy-based contradictions: When witches can and when they cannot fly on broomsticks. Paper presented at the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2017.
  • Wei, W., & Cook, A. E. (2017, July). The role of unexpectedness in antecedent retrieval. Poster presented at the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2017.
  • Dean. S. C., Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2017, July). Reading skill and fantasy text comprehension. Paper presented at the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2017.
  • Dean. S. C., Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2017, July). Taking the perspective of the narrator. Poster presented at the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2017.
  • Williams, C., Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2017, July). Validating anaphors of explicit and implicit antecedents. Paper submitted to the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2017.
  • Williams, C., Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2016, July). Validating semantic anomalies. Paper to be presented at the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting, Kassel, Germany. , Presented, 2016.
  • Dean, S. C., Williams, C. R., Cook, A. E., & O’Brien, E. J. (2015, July). Comprehending fictional narratives: Overcoming the interference of general world knowledge. Poster submitted to the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. , Presented, 2015.
  • Hudson, M. A., Davies, S., Butcher, K. R., & Cook, A. E. (2015, July). Using essays to evaluate learning: Results from human and computerized scoring approaches. Poster submitted to the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. , Presented, 2015.
  • W. Wei, & Cook, A. E. (2015, July). Semantic size and contextual congruency effects during reading: Evidence from eye movements. Poster submitted to the Society for Text and Discourse Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. , Presented, 2015.
  • Harward, S., & Cook, A. E. (2011, November). The role of context in idiom comprehension: Evidence from eye movements. Poster presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Seattle, WA. , Presented, 2011.
  • Kuhlman, B. B., Webb, A. K, Patnaik, P., Cook, A. E., Woltz, D. J., Hacker, D. J., & Kircher, J. C. (2011). Evoked pupil responses slowly habituate during an oculomotor test for deception. Poster presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Boston, MA. , Presented, 2011.
  • Butcher, K. R., Davies, S., Crockett, A., Zheng, R., Dewald, A., & Cook, A. (2011, July). Graphical displays for online information seeking. Poster presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Boston, MA. , Presented, 2011.

Research Equipment and Testing Expertise

  • Expertise in use of eye tracking technology for studying cognitive processes involved in complex tasks (e.g., reading, problem solving, web search, deception).