Dr. Cynthia Meyersburg
Dr. Cynthia Meyersburg is a renowned scholar and an expert in the field of psychology. She holds a terminal M.S. in developmental psychology from Johns Hopkins University and a Ph.D. from Harvard University. Her doctoral research at Harvard focused on false memory phenomena and how people develop unusual beliefs, which earned her numerous accolades and recognition.
Dr. Meyersburg has been a faculty member at Coastal Carolina University and has worked as a research fellow for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). Her work has also been featured in the Discovery Channel's Curiosity series.
Aside from her impressive academic and research accomplishments, Dr. Meyersburg is also an exceptional mentor, having received the Best Mentor Award at the first annual Harvard Extension Students Association (HESA) Spirit Awards ceremony. She is also a proud recipient of multiple teaching awards and has been appointed as a Lecturer for Harvard's Division of Continuing Education.
There are many cool facts about Dr. Meyersburg & here are just a few:
She was a TA for Dr. Steven Pinker, Dr. Shelley Carson, & worked in Dr. Richard McNally's Lab.
Her research covers topics such as grief, false memory phenomena, and Manchurian candidates.
She has been featured on Big Picture Science and the Discovery Channel’s Curiosity Series.