Kimberly Craig, Ph.D.

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Lecturer

Psychology Department
College of Arts and Sciences
Education

Ph.D., Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
M.S., Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
B.A., Psychology, Hamilton College

Research Interests

Why do we forget? In particular, why does it sometimes happen in the time it takes to walk into another room? Dr. Craig researches this phenomenon, known as interference, and what causes it to occur. She is also interested in the cognitive basis for creativity, studies of cognition across the lifespan, and how we can use our understanding of neuroscience to better inform cognitive theory.

Publications

Craig, K. S., Berman, M. G., Jonides, J. & Lustig, C. (2013). Escaping the recent past: Which stimulus dimensions influence proactive interference? Memory & Cognition, 41, 650-670.