About Me

Welcome! I am an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia. I love working with students and carrying out research on a variety of topics. My main focus is on comparative cognition with an emphasis on gaining a better understanding from both a comparative and developmental perspective. Along with collaborators and students, I collect data at Zoo Atlanta, the Language Research Center of Georgia State University, a local daycare, as well as on campus at Agnes Scott. My main areas of focus include metacognition, prospective memory, self-control and how findings from Cognitive Neuroscience can be applied in the classroom setting and used to educate the public more broadly about science.

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