Robert Till, PhD
BA Psychology, University of San Francisco, 1969
PhD Experimental Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1974
Dr. Till's interests are generally in the area of cognitive psychology. He has taught courses and conducted research on language comprehension, memory, and inference processes. He has also studied memory ability in various adult age groups. In addition, he has done programmatic assessment of psychology curricula in relation to course work taken by students.
- Kountz, T.L., & Till, R. E. (2006). Psychology majors' course work related to Major Field Test Scores. Paper presented at the Western Psychological Association meeting, Palm Springs, California.
- Till, R. E. & Normandin, S.M. (2006). Activation and persistence of thematic inferences in more and less skilled readers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Text and Discourse, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
PSY 260 Cognitive Psychology
PSY 344 Adult Development & Aging
PSY 450C Historical Systems of Psychology
PSY 461 Language and Cognition
PSY 621 Cognitive Processes