- Clarifying the relationship between working memory capacity and fluid intelligence
- Individual differences in attention and cognitive control
- Processing speed
I began working in the Attention and Working Memory Lab as a volunteer in August of 2017 and joined the lab as a graduate student in 2018.
I grew up in north Georgia and received my Bachelor of Science from Young Harris College, where I studied psychology and philosophy. There, I discovered my love for research design and cognitive psychology studying short-term memory, auditory imagery, and musical expertise with Dr. Amy Boggan . I have also done work on attention and cognitive aging at Western Kentucky University with Dr. Sharon Mutter.