John Hollander


Ph.D. Candidate | Experimental Psychology

University of Memphis

I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Memphis, where I study language processing, semantics, and literacy skills with Dr. Andrew Olney and Dr. John Sabatini.

Research interests: Semantic representation, computational models of language processing, reading, literacy skill assessment, eye-tracking methods

Representative publications

Hollander, J., & Huette, S. (2022). Extracting blinks from continuous eye-tracking data in a mind wandering paradigm. Consciousness and Cognition, 100, 103303.

Hollander, J., Sabatini, J., Graesser, A. (2021). An intelligent tutoring system for improving adult literacy skills in digital environments. Coalition for Adult Basic Education Journal. 10(2), 59-64.

Hollander, J., Sabatini, J., & Graesser, A. (2022). How Item and Learner Characteristics Matter in Intelligent Tutoring Systems Data. In International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (pp. 520-523). Springer, Cham.

Teaching

At the University of Memphis:

PSYC 3010 | Research Methods and Statistics (Fall '22, Spring '23)

Contact

jmhllndr@memphis.edu