Research projects (this statement is still under construction) 1. Visual memory: What is the effect of reducing contrast on confidence and accuracy? 2. Visual memory: How are different spatial frequencies in natural images (particularly faces) used for various tasks such as recognition? 3. Face inversion: How does inverting a face affect perception of the face? 4. Visual hindsight bias: How does having seen an ambiguous visual figure once influence how easily you believe you can see it on subsequent occasions? 5. What is the developmental time course by which children learn to recognize ambiguous visual stimuli? 6. A whole variety of quantitative theoretical techniques
- February 27, 2019 Geoffrey Loftus testified about memory during a murder trial in this Lost Coast Outpost article.
- November 9, 2017 Geoff Loftus’ farewell lecture, on November 1st, is the subject of a Daily news article.
- September 27, 2017 The Psychology Department reflects our 100-year history and our future by honoring our retiring professors and welcoming new faculty.
- April 5, 2017 The Mendocino Voice just posted a story on a current court case where Geoff Loftus served as an expert witness on memory and perception.
- June 7, 2011 The "UW Psychlists" (Geoff Loftus, Tony Greenwald, Laura Little, Kevin King, Scott Murray, Phil Burger [a/ka/ Knuckledragger] and Frank Farach) placed in the top 15 teams in the Group Health Commute Challenge.
- February 23, 2005 Geoffrey Loftus and Erin Harley's research on identifying someone close up or at a distance is featured in the on-line University Week and was in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
- August 18, 1997 Is Chicago No. 1 or No. 23 among most livable cities? It all depends on how you look at the numbers
- Loftus, G.R. (2002). Analysis, interpretation, and visual presentation of data. Stevens' Handbook of Experimental Psychology, Third Edition, Vol 4. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 339-390.
- Busey, T.A., Tunnicliff, J., Loftus, G.R. & Loftus, E.F. (2000). Accounts of the confidence-accuracy relation in recognition memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 7, 26-48.
- Loftus, G.R. & Irwin, D.E. (1998). On the relations among different measures of visible and informational_ persistence. Cognitive Psychology, 35, 135-199.