Bob Uttl, Ph.D.
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Selected Publications

Uttl, B., & Kibreab, M. (2011). Self-Report Measures of Prospective Memory Are Reliable but Not Valid. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, xx, xxx-xxx.

Uttl, B. (2011). Transparent Meta-Analysis: Does Aging Spare Prospective Memory with Focal vs. Non-Focal Cues. PLoS ONE, 6(2), e16618.

Uttl, B., & Kissinger, K. (2010). Meaning of Missing Values in Eyewitness Recall and Accident Records. PLoS ONE, 5(9), e12539.

Uttl, B., & Morin, A. (2010). Ceiling Effects Make Hughes and Nicholson's Data Analayses and Conclusions Inconclusive. Consciousness and Cognition, xx, xxx-xxx.

Noritake, A., Uttl, B., Terao, M., Nagai, M., Watanabe, J., & Yagi, A. (2009). Saccadic Compression of Rectangle and Kanizsa Figures: Now You See It, Now You Don't. PLoS ONE, 4(7), e6383.

Uttl, B., Graf, P., & Siegenthaler, A. L. (2008).  The Influence of Object Relative Size on Priming and Explicit Memory. PLoS ONE 3(9): e3109.

Uttl, B. (2008).  Transparent Meta-Analysis of Prospective Memory and Aging. PLoS ONE 3(2): e1568.

Uttl, B., Graf, P., & Siegenthaler, A. (2007). Influence of object size on baseline identification, priming, and explicit memory. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 48, 281-288.

Uttl, B., Graf, P., & Santacruz, P. (2006). Object color influences identification and priming. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 47, 313-325.

Uttl, B. (2005). Measurement of individual differences: Lessons from memory assessment in research and clinical practice.  Psychological Science, 16, 460-467.

Uttl, B. (2005). Age-related changes in event-cued prospective memory proper. In N. Ohta, C. MacLeod, & B. Uttl (Eds.), Dynamic Cognitive Processes. Tokyo: Springer-Verlag. 

Books
Uttl, B., Ohta, N., &  Siegenthaler, A. L. (Eds.) (2006, July). Memory and Emotion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.   (learn more...)
Memory and Emotion



Ohta, N., MacLeod, C. M., & Uttl, B. (2005). Dynamic Cognitive Processes.  Tokyo, Japan: Springer.
Dynamic Cognitive Processes


Avalanche!

2010

Uttl, B., Smibert, D., Morin, A., Wells, G., Uttl, J., & Hamper, B. (2010). Ethics of Experimenting with People's Lives in Winter Backcountry. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Lake Tahoe, CA, p.614-618.

Uttl, B., Taylor, J., & Uttl, J. (2010). Pitfalls in Development of Avalanche Accident Risk Reduction Tools. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Lake Tahoe, CA., p. 133-140.

Uttl, B, Kisinger, K. L., McDouall, J., Mitchell, C., & Uttl, J. (2010). Human Factors in Avalanche Avoidance and Survival: Consequences of Violating the Rules of Safe Travel. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Lake Tahoe, CA, p. 530-535.

Uttl, B., & Kissinger, K. (2010). Meaning of Missing Values in Eyewitness Recall and Accident Records. PLoS ONE, 5(9), e12539.

2009

Avalanche Avoidance and Survival: What Do Missing Values Have to Do with It? (November 2, 2009)

Uttl, B., & Uttl, J. (2009). On Superiority of Simple Solutions to Complex Problems and Other Fairy Tales. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Davos, Switzerland, p. 623-627.

Uttl, B., Kisinger, K., Kibreab, M., & Uttl, J. (2009). Avaluator's Obvious Clues Prevention Values Are Inflated: Evidence From Canadian Avalanche Accidents. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Davos, Switzerland, p. 619-622.

Uttl, B., & Kisinger, K. (2009). Pitfalls in the Analyses of Accident Records: Meaning of Missing Values. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Davos, Switzerland, p. 614-618.

Uttl, B., Kibreab, M., Kisinger, K., & Uttl, J. (2009). Trend Analysis of Canadian Avalanche Accidents: The Avaluator Avalanche Accident Prevention Card Has Not Reduced the Number of Accidents. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Davos, Switzerland, p. 610-613.

Drs. McCammon and Haegeli's Reasons for Refusing to Provide Access to The Data Behind the Avaluator's Obvious Clues Prevention Values

Is There a Problem with the Avaluator (originally appeared in Calgary Herald; April 19, 2009) (also see Drs. McCammon and Haegeli's reasons for refusing to provide access to the data above)

Trend Analysis of Canadian Avalanche Accidents: Avaluator Has Not Reduced Number of Accidents (SPC 2009) [large file]

Canadian Avalanche Accidents: Avaluator's Obvious Clues Prevention Values Are Inflated (SPC 2009) [large file]   

Analyses of Accident Records: Meaning of Missing Values (SPC 2009) [large file] 

Risky Business (In the news: Red Deer Advocate; 2009, January 10)

Canadian Avalanche Center (CAC) Silence About The CAC Floyer Report

Credibility of Canadian Avalanche Center Floyer Report

Canadian Avalanche Center (CAC) Floyer Report Confirms Our (Uttl, Henry, & Uttl, 2008; Uttl, Uttl, & & Henry, 2008) Criticism of Avaluator's Obvious Clues Prevention Values: They Are Not Replicable & They Are Inflated.

2008
Statement Read by Rob Rohn, Vice President of Canadian Avalanche Center, at International Snow Science Meeting, Whistler, September 26, 2008

Uttl, B., Henry, M., & Uttl, J. (2008). The Avaluator's Obvious Clues Prevention Values: Are They Replicable? Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Whistler, BC, Canada, p. 538-547.  
(Poster)

Uttl, B., Uttl, J., & Henry, M. (2008). The Avaluator Avalanche Accident Prevention Card: Facts, Fictions, and Controversies. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Whistler, BC, Canada, p. 445-454. 
 (Talk Slides)

Pitfalls in  Analyses of Accident Records: The Avaluator Example

Decision Making In Avalanche Avoidance and Survival


Avalanche! Human Factors in Avalanche Avoidance and Survival (2008, March; Student Perspective Conference, Red Deer College)

Avalanche of Trouble (Red Deer Advocate; 2008, March 17)


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