- Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, Kent State University
- M.A., Experimental Psychology, St. Bonaventure University
- B.A., Honor’s Psychology, State University of New York at Potsdam
- Introduction to Psychology
- Experimental Psychology
- Cognitive Psychology
- Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
- Child Development
- Cognitive Development
- Learning and Behavior
- False Memory and Suggestibility
- Adult and Children’s Eyewitness Suggestibility
- Mechanisms of False Memory Creation
- Directed Forgetting and Retrieval Inhibition
- Interactive Technology Use in the Classroom
- Zaragoza, M. S., Mitchell, K. J., Payment, K. E., & Drivdahl, S. B. (2011). False memories for suggestions: The impact of conceptual elaboration. Journal of Memory and Language, 64, 18-31.
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- Zaragoza, M.S., Payment, K.E., Ackil, J.K., Drivdahl, S.B., & Beck, M. (2001). Interviewing witnesses: Forced confabulation and confirmatory feedback increase false memories. Psychological Science, 12, 473-477.