I have a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice. I am currently in my last semester of study for my M.A. in Psychology with a concentration on Cognitive Neuropsychology. I will begin my Ph.D. in 2017 specializing in Neuropsychology and Neuro-rehabilitation. I am familiar with all topics of psychology as well as research design and statistics, including biostatistics.
I have been a guest lecturer on topics such as Research Methods, Human Development Across the Lifespan, Adulthood and Aging, and Coordinating Clinical Trials. I have been a tutor for undergraduate students for over five years in all sections of Psychology. I am currently employed as a cognitive trainer.
LearningRx, Cognitive Trainer
2016 - Present
I work with children who have various cognitive/developmental/behavioral deficits to train underlying cognitive skills in order to enhance overall quality of life as well as specific social and academic performance.
University of West Florida- Adjunct, Cognitive Neuroscience Tutor
2016 - Present
I am currently tutoring a group of 5 undergraduate students in the course Brain, Behavior, and Experience, a broad neuropsychology focused class.
University of West Florida, Graduate Assistant
2015 - Present
I conduct research using electroencephalography (EEG) and event-related potentials to validate measures of executive function (e.g, inhibiting ones' self, redirecting attention, decision making, using new information, problem solving) to be used within child and clinical populations that have language deficits.