Research in our lab explores several interrelated questions about human comprehension and memory.
What are the cognitive processes involved in reading, understanding, and remembering text material? Why do cognitive processes become faster and better with practice? How can we optimize learning in educationally relevant domains, to improve how much students learn, how fast they learn it, and how long they retain it? And what self-regulatory processes support such learning?
Members of the Rawson & Dunlosky Labs (RADLAB)
From top to bottom: Nola Daley, Michelle Rivers, John Dunlosky, Irina Ghilic (visiting member), Jess Janes, Amanda Zamary, Angie Jones, Kayla Morehead, and Katherine Rawson
Postdoctoral Fellow, Washington University
Research Scientist, DART Neuroscience
Research Scientist, Apple
Associate Professor, Southeast Missouri State University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Williams College
Assistant Professor, Northern Kentucky University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Skidmore College
Assistant Professor, North Dakota State University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Duke University
RADLAB Reunion in Granada, Spain
(L to R): Mariette Van Loon, Katie Wissman, Chris Was (honorary member), Amanda Zamary, Kayla Morehead, John Dunlosky, Katherine Rawson, Michael Mueller, Nathan Foster