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Bennett Lowell Schwartz Florida International University, USA

Bennett L. Schwartz received his PhD in 1993 from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Since

then he has been at Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, Florida, where he is currently professor

of psychology. He is author or editor of 10 published books as well as over 70 journal articles and

chapters. His textbook Memory: Foundations and Applications, fourth edition (SAGE), was published in

2020. He has won several teaching awards at FIU and currently teaches courses in memory, cognition,

and sensation and perception. His main research area is metacognition and memory, but he has also

conducted research in diverse areas that range from visual perception to evolutionary psychology, to

the language of thought, and to memory in nonhuman primates. Schwartz currently serves as the editor

in chief of New Ideas in Psychology.