Welcome to my website!
I use event-related potentials (ERPs) to study working memory. I've been using ERPs since my first year at Hampshire College. From 2012-2014 I worked as Hampshire's ERP Lab Manager and as a research assistant for Jane Couperus. During this time I worked on a number of topics including visual attention in children, face processing, and stereotype threat. In December of 2014, I completed my thesis examining how attending different object features impacted the contralateral delay activity (CDA) and received my bachelor's from Hampshire.
In March of 2015, I started working as a research assistant and lab manager for Caren Rotello at UMASS Amherst. I've assisted with a number of projects including ERP studies of belief bias and recognition memory. I've also been working on a personal project looking at the contralateral delay activity during dual target search as part of Kyle Cave's lab.
In August of 2016, I started as a PhD student in psychology at the University of Chicago in the Awh/Vogel lab. I'm currently investigating the capacity limits of visual working memory.
If you are interested in more information on my research interests or a list of my publications please click the links above. Feel free to send me an email if you have any questions for me.