I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington, where I direct the Controlled Attention and Memory Lab. My research examines attention and memory, primarily leveraging individual differences to test theories. But I also use eye-tracking, pupillometry, and EEG. For more details, please visit my Research Interests page. For links to my published work, please visit my lab website. To see descriptions of undergraduate courses I have taught, please see my Teaching page.
I will be accepting student(s) to the PhD program in Psychology at UT-Arlington for the Fall of 2022. If you are an undergraduate student, Master's student, or lab manager interested in graduate study in cognitive psychology (or know one), please contact me.
Before joining UT-Arlington, I was a postdoctoral research associate in Gene Brewer's Memory and Attention Control Lab at Arizona State University. Before my time at ASU, I completed my graduate training in 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.