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Dana Basnight-Brown
(MA, 2004; PHD, 2009)

Dana’s research interests include the neurological and cognitive components of bilingualism and emotion processing, second language acquisition, and cross cultural issues related to the intersection of language and culture. Her work has been published in nearly a dozen scientific journals, and she has co-authored several chapters that appear in cognitive and psycholinguistic texts. In addition to research, she has served as a lecturer or visiting professor at the University at Albany, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and Skidmore College. Currently, Dana serves as a Foreign Faculty Fellow at United States International University, in Kenya, East Africa.

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Email address: dana.basnightbrown@gmail.com

          

       

Lisa M. Bauer
(MA, 1997; PHD, 2003)

While at the University at Albany, Lisa focused on an examination of the cognitive aspects of emotion, including the characteristics of emotion concepts, false memory for emotion, eyewitness memory, and the cross-cultural expression of emotional information. She teaches research methods classes and courses focusing on various aspects of cognitive psychology, including cognitive processes, human memory, and sensation and perception. Additionally, she guides undergraduate students on research projects through the presentation and publication process. Before accepting her current teaching position at the University of Missouri–Columbia, Lisa was an Associate Professor at Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.


Email address: bauerlm@missouri.edu

Kristen A. Diliberto-Macaluso
(MA, 1996; PHD, 1999)

After completing her doctorate, Kristen accepted a tenure-track position in the Department of Psychology at Berry College, Georgia, where she was tenured and promoted to Associate Professor in 2005. She teaches courses in Research Methods and Statistics I and II, Cognitive Psychology, and Learning. Her research interests are in the areas of false memory, art-making and emotion regulation, psychology of waiting, and pedagogy. Her most recent publication appeared in the APA journal, Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. Kristen served as Chair of the Department of Psychology and is now serving a three-year appointment as the Coordinator of the George Scholar Research Grant and Lecture Series Program and of the Psychology Laboratory at Berry College.

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Email address: kdiliberto@berry.edu

       

        


Jennifer L. Gianico-Relyea

(MA, 2003; PHD, 2010)

Jen is an Assistant Professor at St. Andrews University in Laurinburg, North Carolina. She currently teaches Memory & Memory Improvement, Senior Lab, and Social Psychology. She has previously held visiting professor positions at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, and Siena College in Loudonville, New York.

Email address: jgianico@fiu.edu



Katherine M. Mathis
(MA, 1995; PHD, 1998)

Kathy was the first graduate of the Cognition and Language Laboratory. She has had positions at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and is currently teaching at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. She occasionally works for Pearson Educational Measurement. Her research interests are in the areas of object perception, object and scene recognition, bilingual memory representation, the effects of implicit processing on preferences, and the automaticity of lexical and semantic processing.

Email address: kmathis@bates.edu


          

       


Cheryl D. Muldoon
(MA, 1997; PHD, 1999)

After completing her doctorate, Cheryl accepted a position as an Assistant Professor of Research and Statistics at Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. She is currently a Senior Methodologist in the Marketing Science/Advanced Analytics Department at Harris Interactive. Her work at Harris Interactive includes the design and analysis of projects concerning decision making and choice behavior.

Email address: cmuldoon@harrisinteractive.com



Tina M. (Canary) Sutton
(MA, 2002; PHD, 2010)

Tina is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), in Rochester, New York. She is also a member of the Multidisciplinary Vision Research Laboratory (MVRL) at RIT. Her research interests include cognition and emotion, attention and emotion, emotion word representation within and across languages, and second language acquisition. Her newest project examines emotion word representation in the deaf and hard of hearing. Her work has been published in Cognition & Emotion, The Mental Lexicon, the Journal of Cognitive Psychology, and the Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.

Email address: tmsgsh@rit.edu

          

 


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