Nicole Long
Principal Investigator

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. 

Graduate students

The lab will be recruiting graduate students for the 2022-2023 application cycle

Isabelle Moore

Isabelle Moore

Isabelle is a fourth 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.


Anshita Singh

Anshita is a first year graduate student in Cognitive Psychology. She completed her bachelor’s in psychology from University of Delhi, India and is interested in exploring how episodic and semantic memory systems interact with each other. She is also fascinated by autobiographical memory recall and how we store, retrieve, and organize information. Away from work, you can find Anshita tuned into true crime podcasts or enjoying a Netflix binge.

Devyn Smith

Devyn Smith

Devyn is a fourth 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.

Undergraduate students

Emma Blau

Kristin Counterman

Patrick Fang

Emma Kim

Audrey Lee

Justin Wheelock