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Sherryse Corrow

Associate Professor of Psychology

Dr. Corrow received her Ph.D. in Child Psychology with an emphasis in Visual Neuroscience from the University of Minnesota in 2013. She then completed an NIH post-doctoral fellowship with the University of British Columbia with Jason Barton from 2013–2017. Dr. Corrow is now an associate professor at Bethel University, conducting her own research on high-level visual function. Dr. Corrow teaches in the psychology department  and for the neuroscience major.

Dr. Corrow's interest in prosopagnosia began with research with children at the University of Minnesota. Since then, she has published studies on both acquired and developmental prosopagnosia, with both children and adult participants from all over the world. She is interested in characterizing prosopagnosia, understanding the neural mechanisms behind it, and the potential for rehabilitation through training. Dr. Corrow is dedicated to her research and passionate about understanding both prosopagnosia and face recognition more generally.

About Dr. Sherryse Corrow