Our research addresses theoretical issues in the cognitive psychology of learning and memory that also have practical implications for education. We are especially interested in investigating study strategies and instructional manipulations that enhance the durability and/or efficiency of learning.
Opportunities for Students
Prospective grad students in Dartmouth's Graduate Program in Psychological and Brain Sciences that are interested in working with me are encouraged to contact me via email (sean_dot_kang_at_dartmouth_dot_edu) and browse the website for additional information about my lab and its research.
I am also interested in working with enthusiastic and dedicated Dartmouth undergraduates that are looking to gain research experience in cognitive psychology. If you think the research in my lab is a good fit for you, feel free to inquire about potential openings for research assistants.
Students that are interested in participating in research studies in the lab should sign up here. (You will be paid for your time.)
For more information about our research, lab members, publications, etc. please use the links above.