Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 


Mark Mattson, ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, and Associate Dean, Fordham College at Lincoln Center
Leon Lowenstein 821A
Lincoln Center Campus
Phone: 212-636-6302
Email: mattson@fordham.edu
Office Hours: By appointment

Curriculum Vitae
 Research | Courses | Publications 


Major Research Interests Top
  • Connectionist models of cognitive processes
  • The implications of speech and action errors for action planning, execution, and conscious control
  • Representation of events in autobiographical memory
  • History of experimental psychology.

Courses Top
  • PSYC 6066 - History and Systems of Psychology
  • PSYC 1000 - Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 2000 - Statistics
  • PSYC 2010 - Research Methods Laboratory
  • PSYC 2300 - Sensation and Perception
  • PSYC 2501 - Cognition Lab (EP3)
  • PSYC 4000 - History and Systems of Psychology (ICC)
  • PSYC 4330 - Music and Psychology (ICC)
  • PSYC 4997 - Honors Thesis in Psychology I
  • PSYC 4998 - Honors Thesis in Psychology II
  • PSYC 4999 - Research Tutorial

Selected Publications Top
  • Mattson, M.E. (2012). Autobiographical memories of Grateful Dead concerts: Two descriptive approaches. Reprinted in N. Meriweather (Ed.) Reading the Dead: A critical survey (pps. 206-219). Lanham MD: Scarecrow Press.
  • Mattson, M.E. (2012). History of activation network theories. (pp. 4-6) & History of psychology at Fordham University. (pp. 444-446). In R.W. Rieber (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the history of psychological theories. New York: Springer.
  • Henkel, L.A. & Mattson, M.E. (2011). Reading is believing: The truth effect and source credibility. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 1705-1721.



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