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= Michael J. Kahana =
 
= Michael J. Kahana =
  
~+ Professor<BR>
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Professor
[[http://www.psych.upenn.edu|Department of Psychology]]<<BR>>
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[[http://www.psych.upenn.edu Department of Psychology]]
 
[[http://www.upenn.edu|University of Pennsylvania]]
 
[[http://www.upenn.edu|University of Pennsylvania]]
  
Director, [[Research|Computational Memory Lab]] +~
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Director, [[Research|Computational Memory Lab]]
  
e-mail: kahana@psych.upenn.edu
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e-mail: [[kahana@psych.upenn.edu]]
  
[[http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/~kahana/KahanaCV.pdf|Curriculum Vitae (PDF)]]
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[[http://memory.psych.upenn.edu/~kahana/KahanaCV.pdf Curriculum Vitae (PDF)]]
  
 
=== Personal History ===
 
=== Personal History ===
 
   
 
   
 
  Born May 7, 1969, St Louis, MO.
 
  Born May 7, 1969, St Louis, MO.
  Married to [[http://finance.wharton.upenn.edu/~jwachter/|Jessica Wachter]].
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  Married to [[http://finance.wharton.upenn.edu/~jwachter/ Jessica Wachter]].
 
   
 
   
 
=== Employment ===
 
=== Employment ===
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=== Monograph ===
 
=== Monograph ===
  
|| [[FHM|{{attachment:FHM/fhm_cover.png|Foundations of Human Memory}}]] || ~+[[FHM|Foundations of Human Memory]] (2012).+~<BR>Oxford University Press, New York, NY.<BR><BR>~-Please [[FHM|click here]] for more information.-~ ||
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[[File:fhm_cover.png]]
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Foundations of Human Memory
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[[FHM|Click here for more information.]]
  
 
=== Publications ===
 
=== Publications ===
 
[[Publications|Click here for a complete list]] of peer-reviewed publications.
 
[[Publications|Click here for a complete list]] of peer-reviewed publications.

Revision as of 13:50, 18 October 2012

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Michael J. Kahana

Professor [Department of Psychology] [of Pennsylvania]

Director, Computational Memory Lab

e-mail: kahana@psych.upenn.edu

[Curriculum Vitae (PDF)]

Personal History

Born May 7, 1969, St Louis, MO.
Married to [Jessica Wachter].

Employment

* 2004-present, University of Pennsylvania, Professor.
* 2000-2004, Brandeis University, Associate Professor.
* 1994-2000, Brandeis University, Assistant Professor.

Education

* 1989, Case Western Reserve University, B.A.
* 1993, University of Toronto, Ph.D.
* 1994, Harvard University, Postdoctoral Fellow

Research Interests

Human memory and its neural mechanisms: especially episodic memory, spatial memory, and recognition memory.

For more information, please see the Computational Memory Lab's research overview here.

Monograph

Fhm cover.png Foundations of Human Memory

Click here for more information.

Publications

Click here for a complete list of peer-reviewed publications.