June 13, 2019
After an admirable academic journey that began on their first day of medical school, the Renaissance School of Medicine’s 2019 graduating class is making an impressive beginning as new physicians.
Nancy Franklin's research focuses on memory representation and, in particular, memory errors that arise from suggestive circumstances, other people, or one’s own biases and inferences. The role of emotions such as stress, anger, and suspense for producing systematic errors are one area of focus in her lab, and much of her work concerns cognitive biases and errors associated with eyewitness observation. She has been an expert for more than 400 court cases in New York and other states.
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