Michael A. Erickson PH.D.

College of Liberal Arts - Department of Psychology

Director, Residential Honors Program
Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D. — Indiana University

Courses Taught:
     PSY 1000: Introduction to Psychology
     PSY 1100: Probabilistic Thinking
     PSY 2100: Statistics in Psychology
     PSY 3135: Cognitive Psychology
     PSY 3310: Forensic Psychology
     PSY 3550: Advanced Statistics in Psychology
     PSY 6100: Applied Statistics in Clinical and Counseling Psychology
     PSY 6200: Research Methods in Clinical and Counseling Psychology
     PSY 6970: Research Practicum
     HON 1000: Seminar I: Beginning Honors

Research Interests: Has conducted basic research to understand how the brain coordinates multiple systems in learning, reasoning, memory, and attention by investigating phenomena such as category learning, positive and negative priming, and working memory. He utilizes careful empirical studies as well as computational and mathematical models of behavior. He also conducts applied research in eyewitness identification and is interested in health psychology.

Michael A. Erickson

Associate Professor

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