I am a student, a teacher, and a researcher. I am currently a graduate student in the Experimental Psychology Program at New Mexico State University. My research interests are in cognitive neuroscience and I work with James Kroger and Justin MacDonald. My current projects include comparing methods for digitizing EEG electrode locations, using EEG to study relational complexity and neural computation in the frontal pole, and using statistical methods to examine power interactions in ERP components.
I previously attended Brigham Young University – Idaho, where I earned my Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an emphasis in Health Psychology. After graduating I worked for BYU-Idaho as an adjunct professor teaching an Introductory Psychology Course for a few semesters. I have worked at various levels and positions as a researcher, including work as the lab manager for Scott Martin’s Positive Psychology Lab and as the data manager for the Alere Youth Development organization, a series of grant funded evidence based programs. I currently work as a teaching assistant and part-time administrative assistant for the NMSU Psychology Department as I progress towards my Master’s degree.
Science Hall 328
Department of Psychology