Cynthia C. Flores

Cynthia C. Flores

About

"I am a cognitive and developmental psychologist interested in questions of face processing, memory, metacognition, and aging. I received a Ph.D. in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis (2019) and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles. My previous work has focused on the effects of race on face recognition and the effects of experience with own and other race faces on face processing and memory. I am also interested in how different cognitive abilities show different rates of slowing with age. I have taught courses in Developmental Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Social Psychology, and Research Methods. Currently, as a Thinking Matters Fellow, I teach the courses, Our Genome, Emotion, and Healthcare, Ethics, and Justice."

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