Dr. Benjamin Brown's Webpage

About Me:
I grew up in Albuquerque, Las Cruces, and Roswell,
New Mexico before moving to Memphis, Tennessee
for my high school years.  In 2001, I graduated from
the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque with a
B.A. in Psychology.  In 2002, I enrolled in a
combined M.S. and Ph.D. program in
developmental psychology at North Carolina
State University in Raleigh, North Carolina.  In 2007,
I graduated with a Ph.D. in Psychology.  I am a
member of the Society for Research in Child
Development, the Cognitive Development Society,
and the Association for Psychological Science. 
My research interests include the development
of autobiographical memory in special populations
(such as children with Asperger Syndrome) and the
causes of children’s susceptibility to suggestion. 
In my free time, I enjoy watching movies, reading
fiction, and spending time with my wife Kristina. 

Course Links:
Summer 2010
Introduction to Psychology (PSY1013)

Psychology in Film (PSY1013)

Spring 2010
Adolescence (PSY3253-01)
Developmental Psychology (PSY3443-01)
Independent Study in Psychology (PSY479V)


Conference Presentations:
SRCD 2009
Earliest Memories in Children with and without Asperger Syndrome

The Development of Early Autobiographical Metamemory: What Children Know About Remembering


E-mail: brown@uamont.edu