Faculty & Staff
I was trained as an experimental psychologist in the area of learning and memory, and after I came to the University of Arkansas, I began a long research collaboration with Kenneth Witte in the area of cognitive aging.
I teach two of the core classes for our major, Statistis, and Research Methods.
Ph. D. Northwestern University, 1970
M.S. Northwestern University, 1968
B. A. Northwestern University, 1966
Freund, J. S. (2007) Learning, in J. E. Birren (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Gerontology (2nd Ed): Oxford, UK, Elsevier
Smith, K. (2007) An exploration of the desirable difficulties hypothesis as an explanation of the expanded retrieval effect. Honors Thesis
Justiss, A. (2005) The application of expanding retrieval methodologies. Honors Thesis
Witte, K. L., & Freund, J. S., & Csiki, L. (2002). Case-mixing effects on anagram solution. The Journal of General Psychology, 129, 117-126.
Witte, K. L., & Freund, J. S. (2001) Single-letter retrieval cues for anagram solution. The Journal of General Psychology, 128, 315-328.
Freund, J. S. (2000). Underwood, B.J. in Kazdin, A.E. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association ; Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Freund, J. S. (1998) B. J. Underwood: A Tribute in Memories, in G. A. Kimble & M. Wertheimer, Eds, Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology: Volume III (pp.308-326). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates