Amie Mackay

Amie Mackay

Amie Mackay

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Amie is a first year graduate student in the Human Factors and Applied Cognition program at George Mason University. 

Selected Publications

Mackay, A. C. (2014). The Effect of Negative Information on the Justification of Chosen Alternatives. McNair Scholars Research Journal, 6, 26-31.

Education

B.A. in Psychology; Philosophy at Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi
Honors Program graduate

Recent Presentations

Seidel, S., Mackay, A. C., Louis-Chaves, A., & Herzog, D. (2019, April 5). Increasing Research Positivity and Reducing Research Anxiety by using 3MT Projects. Poster presentation at the Southwestern Psychological Association in Albuquerque, NM.

Mackay, A. C., & Seidel, S. D. (2015, March 12-15). The Effect of Negative Information on the Justification of Chosen Alternatives. Poster presentation at the 15th University of Maryland National Conference for McNair Scholars and Undergraduate Research in College Park, MD.

Mackay, A. C., & Seidel, S. D. (2015, February 26-28). The Effect of Negative Information on the Justification of Chosen Alternatives. Poster presentation at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in Long Beach, CA.

Seidel, S. D., Mackay, A. C., Fahey, L. M., & Comparini, L. (2013, January). Lowering Classroom Cell Phone Usage Through Feedback of Self-Control Behavior. Poster presentation at the 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in New Orleans, LA.

Seidel, S. D., Fahey, L. M., & Mackay, A. C. (2012). Classroom Cell Phone Use: A symptom of deficient self-control.Poster session presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association in Oklahoma City, OK.