UCLA Psychology Department
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1563
Ph.D. Candidate in Cognitive Psychology
My research interests include the intersection of multi sensory perception and memory. I’m interested in exploring how multisensory information is encoded for use in memory and under what conditions multisensory information can be improve our memory performance. I’m also interested in how multisensory perception can improve other higher level cognitive functions. I’ve additionally used drift diffusion modeling to investigate multisensory benefits in making low-level perceptual decisions.
- 2021 UCLA Dissertation Year Fellowship
- 2017 UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship Program
- 2016 UCLA Distinguished University Fellowship