The Psychonomic Society fosters the science of cognition through the advancement and communication of basic research in experimental psychology and allied sciences.
Faulkenberry was named a Fellow by the society in 2014, recognizing his significant contributions and accomplishments in the field of experimental psychology. Fellows of the Society are actively engaged in methodologically rigorous and theoretically interesting high-level research, and those with an international reputation for excellence in the psychological sciences.
In his new role, Faulkenberry will review graduate travel award applications for the society’s annual meeting and provide advice on special academic awards, grants, programs and initiatives.
Faulkenberry joined the faculty of Tarleton’s Department of Psychological Sciences in 2013. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Southeastern Oklahoma State University, a master’s in mathematics from Oklahoma State University and a doctorate in psychology from Texas A&M University-Commerce. As an active researcher, he has published more than 20 papers on numerical cognition, mathematical modeling, the psychology of mathematics learning and Bayesian statistics.