College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Ryan Dickson received his MS in psychology from Western Washington university with an emphasis in cognitive psychology. At Western, he studied implicit memory in addition to ethnic identity. After completing his MS, he worked in Western’s Office of Institutional Assessment, Research, and Testing as a research analyst. Ryan later completed his PhD in psychology from the University of New Hampshire with an emphasis in cognitive development. His research at UNH focused on memory across the lifespan.
PhD, University of New Hampshire - Durham, NH United States
MS, Western Washington University - Bellingham, WA United States
BA, University of North Carolina at Wilmington - Wilmington, NC United States
Dickson, R. A., Pillemer, D. B., Bruehl, E. C. (2011). The reminiscence bump for salient personal memories: Is a cultural life script required. Memory & Cognition.
Pillemer, D. B., Dickson, R. A. (2013). Adults’ memories of their own childhoods.
Trimble, J. E., Dickson, R. A. (2005). Ethnic identity.
Dickson, R. A., Pillemer, D. B., Bruehl, E. C. (2010). Examining the life script account of the reminiscence bump. Association for Psychological Science.