Anthony Bishara, Ph.D.


Address: 65 Coming Street, Office 208
Phone: 843.642.8411
Personal Website:


Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Ph.D., 2005

Research Interests

My research involves memory, decision-making, and statistics. Particular interests include the effect of testing on memory retention, how researchers interpret statistics, and developing alternative statistical techniques that are robust to non-normality.

For more details, see my website:

Courses Taught

Psychological Statistics
Advanced Psychological Statistics
Cognitive Psychology
Advanced Cognitive Psychology with Lab


Bishara, A. J., Li, J., & Conley, C. (2021). Informal versus formal judgment of statistical models: The case of normality assumptions. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 28, 1164–1182.

Bishara, A. J., Peller, J., & Galuska, C. M. (2021). Misjudgment of interrupted time-series graphs due to serial dependence: Replication of Matyas and Greenwood (1990). Judgment and Decision Making, 16, 687-708.