Director - Steve Lindsay
I have a BA from Reed College and an MA and PhD from Princeton University. I joined the Department of Psychology at UVic in 1991 as an Assistant Professor, and was promoted to Associate in 1994 and to Professor in 1997. I am a cognitive psychologist working in the broad areas of memory and cognition. I am especially interested in determinants of the subjective experience of remembering, source monitoring, and the application of theories concerning these processes to everyday memory phenomena (e.g., eyewitness memory). My biggest news of late is that I recently became Editor in Chief of Psychological Science.
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