Angela Kilb


Associate Professor of Psychology

BA, MA, PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia
Email: akilb@plymouth.edu

Phone: 603-535-3242
Office: 406 Hyde Hall

About Angela Kilb
I am a cognitive psychologist who specializes in the study of memory, particularly as it relates to aging. My interests involve associating memories with their respective contexts, finding strategies to improve memory performance, preventing false memories, and avoiding the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon. Motivated students who are interested in working on research projects are encouraged to contact me directly about joining the Lifetime Learning Laboratory.

Selected Publications 

  • Naveh-Benjamin, M. & Kilb, A. (2012). How the measurement of memory processes can affect memory performance: The case of remember/know judgments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 38(1), 194-203.
  • Kilb, A. & Naveh-Benjamin, M. (2011). The effects of pure pair repetition on younger and older adultsʼ associative memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 37(3), 706-719.
  • Kilb, A. & Naveh-Benjamin, M. (2007). Paying attention to binding: further studies assessing the role of reduced attentional resources in the associative deficit of older adults. Memory & Cognition, 35(5), 1162-74.

Courses Taught

PS3000: Human Memory
PS3140: Statistics in Psychology (view syllabus)
PS3220: Cognitive Psychology (view syllabus)
PS4440: False Memory Seminar

Advising

To schedule an advising appointment, please access my online sign-up system here.

Recommendation letters

If you would like me to write you a recommendation letter for graduate school, please email me with the following information:

  • The school(s) and program(s) you’re applying to
  • The deadline for each application
  • Where/how I can submit a confidential recommendation
  • A list of the courses you’ve taken with me along with the semester and year for each
  • An updated resume or anything else that can help me write the best letter possible.