Nicole is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Virginia. Nicole completed her Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania working with Michael Kahana, followed by a post-doctoral appointment with Brice Kuhl at the University of Oregon.
Hannah is the LTM lab research coordinator and oversees participant recruitment and data collection. Her research interests include perception and the impact of memory on cognitive and behavioral responses. When not in the lab, Hannah enjoys playing roller derby, baking, and diving into fantasy books.
The lab will be recruiting graduate students for the 2023-2024 application cycle
Subin is a first year graduate student in Cognitive Psychology. She is interested in exploring the transition from perception to memory, and the interactions between the internal and external modes of cognition. Outside of work, she likes reading novels, and watching movies.
Isabelle is a fifth year graduate student in Cognitive Psychology. She uses EEG and fMRI to investigate how items are associated in memory. She is also interested in aging and false memory. Outside of the lab, Isabelle can be found playing the cello and tending to her collection of houseplants.
Devyn is a fifth year graduate student in Cognitive Psychology. She is interested in investigating the role of mnemonic brain states and reward on memory performance and decision making. In her free time Devyn likes baking and hanging out with her dachshund, Weenee and her cat, Arugula.
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