My research examines the human cognitive system from a variety of angles, but most of my research focuses on attention and memory. I use a combination of techniques like individual differences (factor analysis, structural equation modeling, linear mixed modeling), psychophysiology (eye-tracking, pupillometry, EEG), and behavioral experiments. I graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2013 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship and a second major in Psychology. In 2018, I completed my PhD at the University of Oregon under the supervision of Dr. Nash Unsworth. After graduating from the UO, I worked as a postdoctoral research associate for two years at Arizona State University with Dr. Gene Brewer. I started as an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington in the fall of 2020.
PSYC 4281-031RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY
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PSYC 5191-031RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY
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