graduated from Dr. Roskos' lab in 2014.
My broad research interest is in our most fundamental cognitive processes and how they are manifest across species. I currently work with non-human primates as a graduate researcher under Dr. David Washburn at the Language Research Center of Georgia State University. I am presently investigating statistical learning in tufted capuchin monkeys, rhesus macaques, and humans through the use of an artificial grammar task as a way of understanding how humans and non-humans alike implicitly learn about the statistical regularities present in their environments. With Dr. Roskos at the University of Alabama, I completed an undergraduate honors thesis on the factors affecting wayfinding performance in urban and non-urban environments.
More alumni information at our old lab website: Visual-Spatial Cognition Lab