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Daniel Reisberg is a professor and the chair of the Psychology Department at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. His specialty is cognitive psychology. He focuses on memory, judgement, and imagery, particularly in relation to emotion.


Reisberg earned his B.A. in psychology and philosophy from Swarthmore College in 1975, before attending the University of Pennsylvania where he obtained an M.A. in 1976 and his Ph.D. in 1980.


Reisberg has been teaching at Reed College since 1986. In addition to teaching, Reisberg is an active author, and frequently appears in court as an expert witness.

He is a big supporter of public radio and likes to go on long journeys into the wilderness with his son, who blows glass.


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