Dr Pamela AnsburgPsychology
CAMPUS BOX 054
Dr. Ansburg earned a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Illinois, Chicago, an MA in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno and a BA in Psychology from the University of California, Riverside.
Dr. Ansburg's current research focuses on understanding the effects of aging on cognition. In particular, she is interested in understanding how aging impacts effective problem solving and everyday memory functioning.
Dr. Ansburg is the lead faculty associate for Metro State's Undergraduate Research Program. Along with Dr. Janos Fustos(Department of Computer Information Systems) and Dr. Jeffrey Forrest (Department of Aviation and Aerospace Science), she is charged with developing and coordinating an undergraduate research program at Metro State. The Undergraduate Research Program, housed within the Applied Learning Center, will promote, support, and celebrate faculty and students involved in undergraduate research activities.
Vice President for Recognitions and Awards,Division 2, Teaching of Psychology, American Psychological Association
Ansburg, P.I. & Robinson, S. Age-Related Self-Perceptions of Memory Functioning. Accepted for Presentation at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 2011.
Ansburg, P.I. & Heiss, C.J. Potential Paradoxical Effects of Myth-Busting as a Nutrition Education Strategy for Older Adults. Accepted for publication June 2011 in the Journal of Health Education.
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