Meet Benjamin Marsh
Assistant Professor, Psychology
Phone: (813) 257-3648
Address: 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33606
2006 Birmingham-Southern College, B.S.
2011 Claremont Graduate University, M.A.
2014 Claremont Graduate University, Ph.D.
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Statistics and Experimental Methods I
Other Courses in Cognitive Domain
Benjamin Marsh specializes in cognitive psychology.
Marsh researches how cognitive processes are mediated by language and culture, mostly focusing on memory processes. More specifically, he researchers how language facilitates memory retrieval (Marsh, Kanaya, & Pezdek, 2015), the factors that influence face recognition accuracy (Marsh, Pezdek, & Ozery, 2016) and how lexical structures are cognitively linked to mental representations of culture. Also, he is interested in phenomenological factors that influence the likelihood of having a false memory (Marsh, Pezdek, & Lam, 2014). While his research is conducted with most populations, he regularly studies how these effects manifest in people who are bilingual and bicultural.
After college, Marsh received a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English in Hong Kong.