Professor Elizabeth Marsh elected Fellow of the Society of Experimental Psychologists
Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Elizabeth Marsh has been elected as a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Psychologists, the oldest and most prestigious honorary society in Psychology. Marsh joins a highly select group of distinguished empirical scientists. The membership elects only a handful of Fellows each year and the Society has only two functions: to honor its members and to gather annually to hear research presentations by Fellows.
Normally, Fellows are invited to attend the meeting in the year following election and present a 20-min research talk to formally introduce themselves to the rest of the Society. Due to the COVOD-19 pandemic, the status of the 2021 meeting is currently unconfirmed. More information regarding the meeting will be forthcoming.
Marsh's research focuses on understanding learning and memory, and the processes that make memory accurate in some cases and erroneous in others. To learn more visit The Marsh Lab.