Dr. Marcos Ionescu
Assistant Professor of Psychology
My undergraduate studies were in Biology and Philosophy. After spending several years studying philosophy at the Graduate Faculty for Social and Political Science (The New School) in New York City, and playing jazz bass, I entered the graduate program in Experimental Psychology at Brooklyn College (C.U.N.Y.), graduating in 1993 with a Ph.D. I have been teaching psychology for 38 years, 22 of those years at Marist. My research interests at Marist have been in the recovery of memories over time (hypermnesia) and gender differences in verbal and spatial memory.
PhD, Experimental Psychology, C.U.N.Y. , New York
Research Interests / Areas of Focus
Ionescu, M.D. (2004). Sex differences in memory estimates for pictures and words with multiple recall trials. Psychological Reports, 94, 467-474
Ionescu, M.D.(2002). Sex differences in memory estimates, revisited. Psychological Reports, 91, 167-172
Ionescu, M.D.(2000). Sex differences in memory estimates for pictures and words. Psychological Reports, 87, 315-322
Ionescu, M.D., & Erdelyi, M.H. (1992) The direct recovery of subliminal stimuli. In R.F.
Bornstein & T.S. Pittman (Eds.), Perception without awareness, New York: Guilford. Pp.143-169