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Assistant Professor of Psychology
Professor Raulerson attended Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, GA, where he ultimately obtained his B.A. in psychology in 1998. In 2003, he entered master’s program in quantitative psychology at Illinois State University in Normal, IL.
Upon completing his master’s degree in the dual sequences of quantitative psychology and cognitive and behavioral science in 2005 he entered the cognition and neuroscience sequence of the experimental psychology doctoral program at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, MO.
In 2009, he completed his doctoral degree by defending his dissertation entitled “Measuring Working Memory Capacity Using Repetition Priming of Words.
His primary teaching responsibilities have been Introduction to Psychology, Physiological Psychology, Theories of Learning, and Research Methods and Statistics.
Professor Raulerson is the co-author of several publications and presentations on topics related to attention and memory especially related to false memory, implicit memory, and working memory capacity.
He has a particular interest in issues related to learning, ranging from traditional behavioral approaches to more contemporary approaches derived from work in cognitive and memory performance.