Faculty & Staff
Zsuzsa Kaldy, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts
Areas of Expertise
Early development of visual attention and visual working memory in humans
PhD, Rutgers University
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Kaldy's research focuses on the early development of visual attention and visual working memory in humans. What kind of information do infants encode about objects and what do they remember about them? She is also interested in making connections between behavioral research and developmental neuroscience.
Undergraduate: Infancy and Child Development (Psych 341), Introduction to Cognitive Science (Psych CS L271), Experimental Methods: Learning & Perception (Psych 475).
Graduate: Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior (Psych 641).
Infant perception, attention and working memory