I am a postdoctoral research associate in Dr. Gene Brewer's Memory and Attention Control Lab at Arizona State University. I study attention, working memory, and long-term memory. I primarily leverage individual differences to test theories, but I also use psychophysical techniques such as eye-tracking and pupillometry. In previous work, I have used EEG and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to probe the neural correlates of working memory and attention. For more details, please visit my Research Interests page. For links to my published work, please visit my Publications page. To see descriptions of undergraduate courses I have taught, please see my Teaching page.
Before coming to Arizona State, I completed my graduate training in Dr. Nash Unsworth's Memory, Attention, and Individual Differences Lab at the University of Oregon. Before that, I studied Entrepreneurship and Psychology at the University of Notre Dame. I graduated with a BBA in 2013. I earned my PhD in Psychology from Oregon in 2018.