Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 


Mark Mattson, ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
Leon Lowenstein 819C
Lincoln Center Campus
Phone: 212-636-6356
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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