My research uses behavioral and neuroimaging techniques to study the mechanisms of human memory. A core focus is on understanding how the brain flexibly regulates the formation, maintenance, and retrieval of memories depending on our present circumstances and behavioral goals.
Distinguished Professor Robert A. Bjork was awarded the Norman Anderson Lifetime Achievement Award at the 107th meeting of the Society of Experimental Psychologists, an honorary society that was founded by E. B. Titchener in 1904.
The Psychology Department welcomed 33 incoming graduate students!
The Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference offers an opportunity for undergraduate research assistants to develop their presentation skills and share their research efforts with their peers and colleagues.
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