Assistant Professor of Psychology; BA, Hamilton College; MS and PhD, University of Michigan
Kimberly Craig attended Hamilton College where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and then attended the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where she completed her Masters and PhD in Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience. Dr. Craig’s research interests include proactive interference in short-term memory, as well as the relationships between creativity, attention, memory, and aging. At Mary Baldwin, Dr. Craig teaches Introduction to Psychology as a Natural Science, Behavioral Statistics, Memory and Cognition, Learning and Behavior, and Sensation and Perception. Dr. Craig grew up in Massachusetts and enjoys reading, swimming, and science fiction in its many forms.