Mattie S. Gabston
Assistant Professor, Psychology
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Middlefork Hall 262
- PhD, Human Development: Adult Development and Aging, University of California, Davis
- B.A. Psychology, Scripps College
Current Research Interests
Cognitive development with an emphasis on adult normative memory processes, autobiographical memory, and adult development and aging in ethnic minority populations.
- Gabston, M. (October, 2008). Ethnic Differences in Emotional Intensity: Autobiographical
Memories in Response to Civil Rights Era and Era-Neutral Cue Words. In: The
Gerontologist, 48, Special Issue II, 217.
- Gabston, M. (October, 2007). Autobiographical Recall via Culturally Biased Cue Words: Effects
of Age and Ethnic Group Membership on the Pattern of Autobiographical Recall. In: The
Gerontologist., 47, Special Issue II, 325.
- Gabston, M. (Spring, 2007). Autobiographical Recall and Affect: Age and Ethnic Group Differences. Adult Developments: The Bulletin for the Society for Research in Adult Development: 11(2), 4.
- Gabston, M. (2006). Autobiographical Recall Via Culturally Biased Cue Words: Ethnicity And Cohort Effects, Poster presented at the Cognitive Aging Conference: Atlanta, GA.
Selected Previous Employment Positions
- Instructor at University of California, Davis, 2006-2008
- Adjunct Faculty at Sacramento City College, 2006, 2007