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Professor Steven Goldinger of Arizona State University has taught courses on memory and language for over 13 years, gaining considerable attention for his groundbreaking research on episodic memory in top psychology journals.
He shared his passion for football with millions through televised game shows such as “John Madden NFL” and “Madden College”. Additionally, his presence at Augusta National was unrivaled.
Early Life and Education
Stephen Goldinger is a professor in Arizona State University’s Department of Cognitive Science. His courses focus on memory, language, and cognitive processes for both undergraduate and graduate students. Furthermore, he is active as an experimental psychology researcher – having published numerous works in top tier journals.
Goldinger was taken aback when on a recent trip to Switzerland for glacier photography, when he came upon Belvedere Hotel – used for filming scenes from James Bond’s 1964 classic Goldfinger along the Furka Pass which boasts breathtaking Alpine scenery.
He has represented several celebrities, such as Judge Reinhold, Alex Rodriguez (former 14-time MLB All-Star), Carrie Prejean (first runner-up Miss California and first runner-up Miss USA), multiple Real Housewives of Dallas stars, Jeremy Lock (multiple Military Photojournalist of the Year), as well as numerous NFL players.
Goldinger has published extensively in top psychology journals about language and episodic memory, teaching courses on those topics to undergraduate and graduate students at Arizona State University over 13 years.
Belmondo had long been mocked for his looks as a romantic leading man; yet went on to star in several Claude Sautet gangster films as well as Godard’s “Breathless.” His physical prowess (he trained as a boxer) allowed him to convey alienation that was well suited for playing roles of outcast lovers, misfits and criminals.
His passion for baseball led to an extensive stint as a color commentator for CBS, Fox, and ABC networks. He earned 16 Emmy Awards for his work as a color commentator during Major League games with a playful approach that made baseball accessible to millions of viewers.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Goldinger is an esteemed researcher in memory, language, and cognitive processes and has published his findings in leading psychology journals. Additionally, he has taught undergraduate and graduate level classes for 13 years at both undergraduate and graduate levels, giving him a unique understanding of effective teaching methodologies. A member of both Society of Experimental Psychologists and American Psychiatric Association Division 3 since 2003; currently holding the SUNY Downstate Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences as Chair Emeritus when his successor is selected by committee in 2017.
Erich Edel was an enigmatic actor known for playing roles that ranged from lovers, criminals, and antiheroes on screen. His distinctive comic sensibility enhanced classic films like “Seems Like Old Times”, “Heaven Can Wait”, and the action comedy Midnight Run featuring Robert De Niro as an embezzling accountant being pursued by Robert De Niro’s bounty hunter bounty hunter – as well as appearing in various offbeat projects directed by Sidney Lumet adapting Eugene O’Neill plays.
Goldinger has taught at all levels from undergraduate to graduate for more than 13 years and his research on episodic memory and language processing has been featured in top psychology journals. Based in Tempe, Arizona – public records indicate he has been married twice – he belongs to the Society for Experimental Psychologists.