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Robert Calin-Jageman

  • Ph.D.
  • Professor
  • Dominican University
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Recent publications

  • Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Red on Perceived Attractiveness

    • Lehmann G
    • Elliot A
    • Calin-jageman R
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  • Transcriptional Changes Before and After Forgetting of a Long-Term Sensitization Memory in Aplysia californica

    • Patel U
    • Perez L
    • Farrell S
    • et al.
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Professional experience


Dominican University

August 2015 - Present

Associate Professor

Dominican University

September 2011 - August 2015(4 years)

Assistant Professor

Dominican University

August 2007 - August 2011(4 years)


BA in Philosophy and Cognitive Science

Albion College

Postdoctoral Fellow

Georgia State University

MA, Cognitive Psychology

Wayne State University

PhD, Biological Psychology

Wayne State University

Research interests

ElectrophysiologyLearning and MemoryNeuroscience


My interests are in the transcriptional mechanisms of long term memory, especially the decay of long-term memory. As a model system, I use Aplysia californica. Techniques in my lab include behavioral analysis, electrophysiology, in situ hybridization, real-time PCR, and some microarray analysis, and computational modeling. I also have a keen interest in inferential statistics, research methods, and the reproducibility crisis ongoing in the the behavioral and neural sciences. To that end I have conducted a number of close replications of prominent social psychology findings, and I collaborated with Geoff Cumming on an undergraduate statistics textbook focused on using estimation approaches rather than null-hypothesis significance testing. Lab Website: New Statistics Website: Neurotree profile:


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