830 Psychology Building
Healthy aging, cognition, cognitive control, fitness, EEG oscillations
I am a graduate student in the Cognitive Neuroscience division of the Psychology Department. My research interests are in understanding the neural mechanisms underlying cognitive and behavioral changes occurring during healthy aging. I am beginning to explore the relationship between physiological effects, like physical fitness, and differences in an individual's cognitive functioning. I currently employ electroencephalography but am beginning to use MRI and optical imaging. I received my B.A. from Miami University (Ohio) in 2016 with majors in Psychology and Neuroscience and minors in Statistical Methods and Classical Languages.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign - Masters of Science (2019)
Miami University - Bachelor of Arts (2016)
Psychology 100 (Spring 2018)