Roger Kreuz is an Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychology at the University of Memphis.
He earned his graduate degrees in psychology at Princeton University.
Dr. Kreuz conducts research on discourse, pragmatics, and nonliteral language. He is currently writing a book on miscommunication.
Professor of Psychology, University of Memphis
Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Memphis
Irony and Sarcasm, MIT Press
Changing Minds: How Aging Affects Language and How Language Affects Aging, MIT Press
Getting Through: The Pleasures and Perils of Cross-cultural Communication, MIT Press
Becoming Fluent: How Cognitive Science Can Help Adults Learn a Foreign Language, MIT Press
Fellow, Psychonomic Society
Fellow, Society for Text and Discourse
Fellow and Charter Member, Association for Psychological Science