Cynthia Laurie-Rose, Professor, Psychology
Cynthia Laurie-Rose is a professor of experimental psychology, with expertise in perception, physiological psychology, research methods, and the history of psychology. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati in the area of experimental psychology, with an emphasis in perception and cognition. Dr. Laurie-Rose has published articles in the areas of form perception and sustained attention and is currently pursuing research in factors associated with both adult and childhood attention. She teaches courses in general psychology, experimental methods, physiological psychology, perception, advanced research, and history & systems.
- University of Cincinnati, PhD in the area of Experimental Psychology
Research, Creative, & Professional Work
- Factors associated with both adult and childhood attention
- Published articles in the areas of form perception and sustained attention