Note that the most recent update for my CV occurred on: November 02, 2019.
Below you will find a brief outline of some of the information contained in my CV.



  • Papesh, M. H., Heisick, L.L., & Warner, K. (2018). The Persistent Low-Prevalence Effect in Unfamiliar Face-Matching:  The Roles of Feedback and Criterion Shifting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 24(3), 416-430.

  • Cash, D. K., Heisick, L.L., & Papesh, M.H. (2018). Expectancy effects in the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. PeerJ, 6.

  • Heisick, L.L., & Papesh, M.H. (Revisions in progress). Unfamiliar Face Matching has Profound Amnesia. Submitted to: Applied Cognitive Psychology.

  • Heisick, L.L., & Hicks, J.L. (Revisions in progress). Missing sightings of missing persons: Prospective person memory and other-race effects. Submitted to: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

Assistant Teaching Professor, Penn State Harrisburg

I am currently an Assistant Teaching Professor at Penn State Harrisburg. I teach four courses per semester. For Fall 2019, I am teaching:

  • Introduction to General Psychology (PSYCH 100)

  • Introduction to Personality Psychology (PSYCH 238)

  • Basic Research Methods in Psychology (PSYCH 301)

More information about these courses will be available soon.


  • Heisick, L.L., & Papesh, M.H. (in preparation). Parts versus whole: How does processing bias influence face-matching?

  • Heisick, L.L., Guevara-Pinto, J.D., Papesh, M.H. (in preparation). Implicit versus Explicit Social Categorization in Unfamiliar Face Perception.


  • Papesh, M.H., Goldinger, S.D., Suk, H.W., & Heisick, L.L. (in preparation). Recollection is fast and automatic: Evidence from eye movements and pupillometry.

  • Papesh, M.H., & Heisick, L.L. (in preparation). Matching faces to photographs is independent of working memory.