Dr. Tom Phenix

Dean and Associate Professor of Psychology

BA Hons (Regina), MA, PhD (Saskatchewan)

Office: CM 303
Phone: 306-359-1264
E-mail: tom.phenix@uregina.ca


Research Interests

Mathematical cognition; arithmetic knowledge representation; memory retrieval processes.


Representative Publications

Price, H. & Phenix, T. (2015). True (but not false) memories are subject to retrieval-induced forgetting in children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 133, 1 – 15.

Phenix, T. & Price, H. (2012). Applying Retrieval-Induced Forgetting to Children’s Testimony. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26, 796 – 801.

Campbell, J.I.D. & Phenix, T. (2009). Target strength and retrieval-induced forgetting in semantic recall. Memory & Cognition, 37, 65 - 72.  

Campbell, J.I.D., Fuchs, S. & Phenix, T. (2006). Identical Elements Model of arithmetic memory: Extension to addition and subtraction. Memory & Cognition, 33, 633 - 647.

Phenix, T. & Campbell, J.I.D. (2004). Effects of multiplication practice on product verification: Integrated structures model or retrieval-induced forgetting? Memory & Cognition, 32, 324-335.

Phenix, T., & Campbell, J.I.D. (2001). Fan effects reveal position-specific numerical concepts. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 55, 271-276.


Paper Presentations

Phenix, T. & Marchi, Ashley (2011, April). Math ability: Belief and performance. Paper presented at the Discourse, Power and Resistance Conference, Plymouth, UK.


Current Scholarly Projects

Investigating the impact of Retrieval-Induced Forgetting on arithmetic retrieval strategies