I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology. My research interests include attention and memory, primarily leveraging individual differences to test theories. But I also use eye-tracking, pupillometry, and EEG.
Before joining UT-Arlington, I was a postdoctoral research associate in Gene Brewer's Memory and Attention Control Lab at Arizona State University. I completed my graduate training in Nash Unsworth's Memory, Attention, and Individual Differences Lab at the University of Oregon. As an undergraduate student, I studied Entrepreneurship and Psychology at the University of Notre Dame.
I was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. In my spare time, I like to play golf and basketball, and watch any NBA game on TV.
I received my B.A. in Psychology from the University of California, Riverside in 2019. After graduation, I worked as the lab manager for the Cognitive Neuroscience of Perception, Attention, and Memory lab under Dr. Weiwei Zhang at UCR researching the effects of concurrent physical effort on some aspects of attention and memory along with research relating to the COVID pandemic. My research interests lie in working memory, visual attention, and individual differences.
In my free time, you can find me reading, playing tennis, or probably just taking a nap.
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