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Adam Putnam

Adam Putnam

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, Psychology

Education & Professional History

Earlham College, BA in psychology

Earlham College, Assistant to the President

Washington University in St. Louis, AM, PhD in Psychology

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Office Hours - Spring 2017:  Mondays 11:00 - Noon and Wednesdays 3:00 - 4:00 pm or by appointment

Adam Putnam (B.A. Earlham College; Ph.D. Washington University in St. Louis) teaches courses in introductory psychology, memory processes, and applying cognitive psychology to education. Adam’s research explores human memory, with a focus on questions that have real world applications, such as how memory science can be used to improve education, how false memories are formed, and how people remember political information. Adam conducts research projects both in the lab and online.

Profile updated October 14, 2016

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