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Dr. Meredyth Appelbaum, Assistant Professor, received a PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Stanford University. Her research examines the methods people use to coordinate in face-to-face conversation and how this coordination facilitates mutual understanding. She teaches courses including Introduction to Statistics, Psychology Research Methods, and Psycholinguistics (Psychology of Language).

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Examines the methods people use to coordinate in face-to-face conversation and how this coordination facilitates mutual understanding. 

Teaching

Introduction to Statistics, Psychology Research Methods, and Psycholinguistics (Psychology of Language).

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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