Dr. Jodi Price Department Chair, Associate Professor, Psychology Department Biography Dr. Price was born in Maryland, but grew up in Chattanooga, TN, where she completed her bachelor and master’s degrees before moving to Atlanta, GA to pursue doctoral work. She enjoys listening to live music, reading both fiction and nonfiction, and spending time with her two dogs. Dr. Jodi Price's Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology M.S., Experimental Psychology, University of Tennessee in Chattanooga B.S., Psychology, University of Tennessee in Chattanooga Classes Taught PY 201 - Life-span Development PY 314 - Learning PY 315 - Developmental Psychology PY 420 - Special Topics: Psychology of Aging PY 520 - Special Topics: Psychology of Aging Affiliations Lifelong Learning Lab American Psychological Association Association for Psychological Science Psychonomic Society Southeastern Psychological Association Publications Price, J. (2017). The impact of presentation format on younger and older adults’ self-regulated learning. Experimental Aging Research, 43, 391-408. Price, J., & Harrison, A. (2017). Examining what prestudy and immediate judgments of learning reveal about the bases of metamemory judgments. Journal of Memory and Language, 94, 177-194.