Micah 'Amd' Ahmad
Office: CELT 201
BSc (St Mary’s U., Canada), PhD (Nat. U. Ireland, 2016), PDF (U. Sao Carlos, Brazil), PDF (Montreal Neur. Inst., Canada)
evaluative learning, perceptual processing, innate/socialized biases, IQ training
Some current research interests within psychology revolve around configural and evaluative learning, non-conscious perception, and identifying the limits of socialized (relative to evolved) group biases.
I graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Mary’s University (Halifax, Nova Scotia) in 2011. I subsequently received a research scholarship from the Irish Research Council (IRCSET) in 2012 to complete a research PhD in Experimental Psychology from Maynooth University, which was awarded in 2016. I next completed two externally funded postdoctoral projects in Brazil (Federal University of Sao Carlos) and Canada (Montreal Neurological Instite) before joining USP in mid-2019.
- PS203: Psychological Research Methods & Analysis 2
- PS303: Psychological Research Methods & Analysis 3
- PS205: Cognitive Psychology
- PS304: Personality & Abnormal Behavior
Currently not, but feel free to arrange a consultation.