Applied Cognitive Psychology Resources
|The Applied Cognitive Psychology Program utilizes resources from The Claremont Colleges Consortium. On a regular basis, graduate students and cognitive psychology faculty from The Claremont Colleges gather for brown bag lunch talks about topics of current interest in cognitive psychology.
Grants, contract research, and field work opportunities for applied cognitive psychologists are available. One focus of research at CGU is memory and the aging process. The affiliated Pomona College Project on Memory and Aging has received support from the National Institute of Health for 19 years and offers our graduate students a number of opportunities to study cognitive aging. Drawing on the population of older adults in Claremont, this project investigates changes in attention, memory, and language associated with normal aging.
See below for a list of faculty members who teach and supervise graduate research in the cognitive psychology program.
Faculty in Applied Cognitive Psychology
Core Faculty Members
Other Graduate Faculty in Cognitive Psychology
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