Ingrid Olson, PhD
College of Liberal Arts
Professor of Psychology


Ingrid Olson is a professor of psychology at Temple University. Olson received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. After a brief hiatus working at Northwestern Medical School in Chicago, Olson moved to New Haven, Connecticut to pursue a PhD at Yale University. Her research is on various types of memory – episodic memory, semantic memory and working memory – as well as the intersection of memory with decision processes, language and social processing.

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