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Lois and Melvin Tukman Professor
- Human Development
- Cognitive Science
- College of Human Ecology: Human Development
Topics: Judgment and Decision Making; Risk and Rationality; False Memory; Aging and Cognitive Impairment; Cognitive and Social Neuroscience; Developmental Neuroscience.
Dr. Reyna’s research focuses on dual processes in memory, judgment, and decision making, on how these processes change with age and expertise, and on their implications for risky decision making in law, health, medicine, and neuroscience. She is a developer of fuzzy-trace theory, a theory of memory and its relation to higher cognitive processes.
- HD 4020 : Supervised Fieldwork
- HD 4250 : Translational Research on Decision Making
- HD 6020 : Research in Risk and Rational Decision Making