Ronald T. Kellogg received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado in experimental psychology and is a Professor of Psychology at Saint Louis University. Author of The Psychology of Writing (1994), Cognitive Psychology (2003, 2nd. Ed.), and the Fundamentals of Cognitive Psychology (2012, 2nd Ed.), his research has focused on the role of working memory in text composition and writing expertise.

He is a consulting editor for the American Journal of Psychology and also serves on the editorial boards of Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Written Communication, and the Journal of Writing Research.

"Kellogg's Cognitive Psychology is clearly written, highly informative, and consistently engaging. By integrating core material in cognitive psychology with the latest developments in cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging, Kellogg provides a broad, cutting edge view of the field today."
Daniel L. Schacter, Harvard University
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