Public Talks

Rehabilitation Across the Lifespan. Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Toronto, Canada, 29 March 2016, Panelist

Applying Principles of Memory to Education. Toronto French School, Toronto, Canada, 27 January 2015, Co-speaker: Dr. R. Shayna Rosenbaum.

Understanding memory: Human memory encoding and retrieval. Seniors Health Knowledge Network (webinar), 14 November 2013

Maintaining cognitive function with age. Baycrest Hospital, Toronto, Canada, 3 June 2013, Co-speaker: Dr. Liesel-Ann Meusel

 

Talks at Industry and Education related Conferences and Meetings

Assessment and implementation of effective learning techniques. Teaching in Focus, Toronto, Canada, 18 May 2017.

Why you shouldn’t cram: applying the results of psychological research. Teaching in Focus, Toronto, Canada, 18 May 2017, Panel Moderator.

How to organize your time to learn effectively. Baycrest Hospital, Toronto, Canada, 27 July 2016.

Predictors of academic success in large lecture-style classroom settings. Teaching in Focus, Toronto, Canada, 19 May 2016.

Community Theater – Science of Learning. Association for Talent Development International Conference and Exposition, Orlando, U.S.A., 18 May 2015.

Brain Science and the Evolution of Corporate Learning. Association for Talent Development International Conference and Exposition, Orlando, U.S.A., 17 May 2015. Co-panelists: Carol Leaman, Jackie Morton.

The Science of Learning in Action: 7 Insights from Real Data. Association for Talent Development (webinar), 7 May 2015.

Leveraging the Latest in Brain Science to Improve Memory, Recall, and Retention. Alchemy SISTEM Summit, Co-hosted by Maple Leaf Foods (keynote), Mississauga, Canada, 31 March 2015.

Tips and Tricks to Improve Memory. Association for Talent Development (webinar), 5 December 2014.

Delivering Next Generation eLearning Using the Latest in Brain Science. Axonify Inc. (webinar), 4 November 2014, Co-speaker: Carol Leaman.

Brain-based Teaching and Learning Strategies. Brain Power du Nord: Transformations in Teaching, Toronto, Canada, 20 May 2014.

Leveraging the Latest in Brain Science to Deliver the Next Generation of E-Learning. American Society for Training & Development International Conference and Exposition, 4 May 2014, Co-speaker: Carol Leaman.

Leveraging the latest in brain science to deliver the next generation of E-learning. Chief Learning Officer magazine (webinar), 29 May 2013, Co-speaker: Carol Leaman.

Is there a better way to learn? A cognitive and brain research perspective. 1st Annual Brain Power Conference, Toronto, Canada, 4 May 2012.

 

Talks at Scientific Conferences and Meetings

Examining the benefits of the spacing effect to memory in healthy aging and following stroke. Talk presented at Ontario Research Coalition Research Day, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, February 14, 2013.

Associative binding strength: An ERP investigation. Talk presented at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (Nanosymposium Session 626: Human Long-Term Memory: Encoding and Sleep), New Orleans, U.S.A., October 16, 2012.

Towards better practices of learning: Perspectives from cognitive and brain research. Talk presented at the 1st Annual Cross Discipline Graduate Student Association Conference – Modern Issues: The Role of the Researcher, Toronto, Ontario, April 14, 2012.

Neuroelectric evidence for cognitive association formation: An event-related potential investigation. Talk presented at the Winter Conference on Neural Plasticity, 24th Annual Meeting, Frigate Bay, St. Kitts, February 12, 2012.

What can we do to improve our memory? Evidence from cognitive and behavioural research. Talk presented at the 3rd Annual Applied Research Education Day, Toronto, Canada, November 23,   2011.

 

Posters at Conferences and Meetings

Kim, A.S.N. & Shakory, S. (May, 2017). The predictive utility of early evaluative feedback on learning achievement. Poster presented at the Teaching in Focus Conference Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, A.S.N., Wong-Kee-You, A. M. B., Davidson, P.S.R., Wiseheart, M., Winocur, G., Rosenbaum, R.S. (March, 2016). The Benefits of Distributed Practice on Memory in Medial Prefrontal Cortex and Medial Temporal Lobe Focal Lesion Patients. Poster presented at the Rotman Research Institute 26th Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, A.S.N., Wong-Kee-You, A. M. B., Davidson, P.S.R., Wiseheart, M., Winocur, G., Rosenbaum, R.S. (September, 2015). Assessing the rehabilitative potential of the spacing effect in memory-impaired stroke patients. Poster presented at the Canadian Stroke Congress, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, A.S.N., Wong-Kee-You, A. M. B., Davidson, P.S.R., Wiseheart, M., Rosenbaum, R.S. (June, 2015). Benefits of the spacing effect in memory impaired individuals with medial prefrontal cortex vs. medial temporal lobe lesions. Poster presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition Bi-annual Meeting, Victoria, Canada.

Kim, A.S.N., Wong-Kee-You, A.M.B., Le, B.T., Wiseheart, M., Moreno, S., Rosenbaum, R.S. (March, 2015). An ERP investigation of the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying the spacing effect. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, U.S.A.

Kim, A.S.N., Le, B.T., Rosenbaum, R.S., Moreno, S. (March, 2013). An investigation into the cognitive basis of the spacing effect. Poster presented at the Baycrest Rotman Research Institute 23rd Annual Neuroscience Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, A.S.N., Le, B.T., Rosenbaum, R.S., Moreno, S. (February, 2013). Mechanisms for improving long-term memory through spaced practice. Poster presented at the Ontario Long Term Care Association 4th Annual Applied Research Education Day, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, A.S.N., Binns, M.A., Alain, C., & Tulving, E. (November, 2010). Distinguishing association formation from item encoding using ERPs. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, U.S.A.

Spaniol, J., Davidson, P.S.R., Kim, A.S.N., Grady, C.L., & Moscovitch, M. (April, 2008). Event-related fMRI studies of episodic encoding and retrieval: A meta-analysis using activation likelihood estimation. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, U.S.A.

Kim, A.S.N., Anaki, D., Ciaramelli, E, Cohn, M., Davidson. P.S.R., Murphy, K.J., Troyer, A.K., Moscovitch, M, & Levine, B. (March, 2007). Does parietal cortex support episodic memory?Evidence from focal lesion patients. Poster presented at the Rotman Research Institute 17th Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, A., Alain, C., He, Y., & Grady, C. (April, 2005). Working memory of auditory stimuli. Poster presented at the University of Toronto Program in Neuroscience Annual Poster Day, Toronto, Canada.

Kim, A., & Devins, G. (August, 2003). Establishing the substantive significance of Psychometric testing. Poster presented at the University of Toronto Institute of Medical Science Poster Day, Toronto, Canada.

 

Workshops

“EEG Methods”
Research Training Centre at Baycrest Hospital, 16 April 2013, Co-presenter: Dr. Claude Alain

 

Academic Seminars

“What can we do to improve our memory? Evidence from cognitive and behavioural research”
Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital ERP Rounds, 22 November 2011

“’Perfect Recall and Total Forgetting’ – A Neurophysiological Investigation”
Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital MEG Rounds, 5 May 2011

“An investigation on the Late Wave: Does it reflect memory encoding?”
Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital MEG Rounds, 3 February 2011

“On the neuroelectric correlates of primary memory and secondary memory in free recall”
Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital ERP Rounds, 27 October 2010

“Remembering cognitive associations for short and long delay intervals”
Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital ERP Rounds, 14 June 2010.

“An ERP investigation of cognitive association formation”
Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest Hospital ERP Rounds, 29 January 2009

“Associative encoding and the effects of intra-list semantic similarity”
Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital ERP Rounds, 23 September 2008

“The interfering effects of similarity on memory: Part II”
Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest Hospital ERP Rounds, 27 May 2008

The interfering effects of similarity on memory”
Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest Hospital ERP Rounds, 13 November 2007

“Gambling on feeling-of-knowing: Effects of recollection and familiarity”
Ebbinghaus Empire Data Blitz, University of Toronto, 21 September 2005