Graduate Student

Selected Publications

Research Interests

  • The relationship between working memory, creativity, and fluid intelligence
  • Web-based assessment of working memory capacity
  • Statistical approaches to measuring working memory capacity such as SEM (structural equation modeling) and IRT (item-response theory)
  • The role of working memory capacity in computational models of human cognition (e.g., HyGene)

  • About


    I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where I worked with Dr. Michael Kane. I'm interested in defining executive functions; primarily, the ability to update memory. I'm also interested in tasks that require multi-tasking and complex cognition, and how these tasks relate to general intelligence.