Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience: Working Memory, EEG, Eye tracking, Pupillometry, Face Recognition, Memory
Prior to starting my PhD at George Mason University, I received my B.S. in Psychology and Neuroscience from Christopher Newport University. My undergraduate research was on cognitive flexibility, working memory, and face recognition. In my graduate career, I've studied how we can measure and manipulate visual and spatial working memory using electrophysiological measures (EEG). I'm also interested in seeing how we can better understand face recognition and other memory processes through various eye movement measures.