Greg L. Robinson-Riegler portrait

Greg L. Robinson-Riegler

Professor & Department Chair
Degree
Ph.D., Purdue University, 1990
Office
JRC LL59
Phone
(651) 962-5034
Fax
651-962-5051
Mail
JRC LL56
2115 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105

Spring 2014 Courses

Spring 2014 Courses
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Summer 2014 Courses

Summer 2014 Courses
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Fall 2014 Courses

Fall 2014 Courses
Course - Section Title Days Time Location
PSYC 415 - 01 Research Issues in Cognition - - W - - 1730 - 2115 JRC LL45
CRN: 41447 4 Credit Hours This laboratory course explores research issues in cognitive psychology, with special emphasis on cognitive psychology methodology, current research issues, hands-on research, and discussion/analysis of primary research sources. Specific topics covered each semester may vary slightly. Examples of topics include: subliminal perception; automatic processing; implicit memory; eyewitness testimony; memory reconstruction; expertise and problem solving; the use of heuristics in decision making; person memory. Approximately four lectures and three laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: PSYC 212 and 315
PSYC 415 - 51 Research Issues in Cog./Lab - T - - - 1515 - 1715 JRC LL45
CRN: 41448 0 Credit Hours This laboratory course explores research issues in cognitive psychology, with special emphasis on cognitive psychology methodology, current research issues, hands-on research, and discussion/analysis of primary research sources. Specific topics covered each semester may vary slightly. Examples of topics include: subliminal perception; automatic processing; implicit memory; eyewitness testimony; memory reconstruction; expertise and problem solving; the use of heuristics in decision making; person memory. Approximately four lectures and three laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: PSYC 212 and 315

Academic History
B.S., University of Cincinnati, 1984
M.A., Purdue University, 1986
Ph.D., Purdue University, 1990


Dr. Robinson-Riegler began teaching at UST in 1990.  He frequently teaches General Psychology, Cognition, and Research Methods in Cognition. His specialty area is memory illusions, memory and emotion, cognitive processes associated with paranormal experiences. Current projects include research into cognitive processing of attractive and unattractive faces, false memories for different types of events, and individual differences in the ability to divide attention.

He is seeking research assistants for reading and meeting to discuss background literature, development of stimulus materials, testing participants, and data analysis.

I'm originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. My wife is a faculty member in the Augsburg psychology department (Bridget Robinson-Riegler). Currently, we're working on a textbook for cognition. I'm an avid sports fan (mainly baseball and football), and also an avid Simpsons fan."