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Julia Strand

Julia Strand

Education & Professional History

Tufts University, BA in Psychology & English

Washington University, MA, PhD in Psychology, Division of Brain, Behavior, & Cognition

Washington University, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biomedical Engineering: Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience & Neuroengineering

At Carleton since 2011.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Psychology

Office Hours -  Fall '17 - On leave

Julia Strand (B.A., Tufts University; PhD., Washington University in St. Louis) teaches courses including Introduction to Psychology, the Psychology of Spoken Words, and Sensation & Perception. Her research focuses on how humans are able to turn sensory information about speech into meaningful representations. Topics of research include how cognitive abilities influence language perception, what traits of words promote easy recognition, how word recognition abilities change with age, and how visual information (seeing the talker) influences language processing.

Cognitive Science


Julia Strand teaches courses including Introduction to Psychology, the Psychology of Spoken Words, Cognitive & Perceptual Expertise, and Sensation & Perception. Her research focuses on how humans are able to turn sensory information into meaningful representations, and how expectations and experience influence perception.
Julia Strand's faculty website

Profile updated May 22, 2017

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