Cognitive and Behavioral Research Labs

Cognitive labs

Mitchell Eisen ► Forenisic Psychology Eyewitness Memory Lab

Lab: KH D3071-E

Email: meisen@calstatela.edu

Research interests span over two broad areas. Much of his current work examines issues related to eyewitness memory and suggestibility. In addition, Dr. Eisen does research on children's memory and suggestibility with a focus on examining the impact of stress and trauma on memory reports, and disclosures of abuse.

 

Joel Ellwanger ► Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory

Lab: KH D3077-C

Email: jellwan@calstatela.edu

Research interests include cognitive psychology neuroscience, including the study of attention and memory through the use of physiological indices of cognition.

 

Robert Kennison ► Silver Eagle Memory and Aging Lab

Lab: KH C3105

Email: rkennis@calstatela.edu

My research interests are in cognitive aging and are twofold. The first area of research examines human memory performance across the lifespan. This involves modeling of longitudinal data to determine the nature, rate, and shape of change. The second line of research concerns experimental studies of age effects in theory-based memory and learning models.

 

Henry Schlinger ► Behavior Analysis Lab

Lab: KH D3079

Email: hschlin@calstatela.edu

Research interests include basic learning processes, schedules of reinforcement, conceptual issues in behavior analysis and psychology, rule-governed behavior, and verbal behavior.

 

Ji Son ► Leaning Lab

Lab: KH C165

Email: json2@calstatela.edu

Research focuses on the development of abstract, intelligent, and flexible thinking, and how children learn through the process of generalization.

 

Kaveri Subrahmanyam ► Media & Language Lab

Lab: KH D3076-A

Email: ksubrah@calstatela.edu

Research focuses on youth and digital media such as the internet (e.g., MySpace, Facebook), and Spanish-speakers' learning of English.

 

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