chris119 at purdue dot
My first venture
into experimental psychology occurred while I was an
undergraduate student at Lee University, where I was mentored by
Dr. Jill Shelton. Our research focused primarily on prospective
memory processes, particularly in applied settings. After
graduating from Lee, I earned a masters degree at the University
of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where I continued to work with Dr.
Shelton. While at UTC, my research primarily revolved around the
expression of individual differences (e.g., working memory) in
everyday situations. At Purdue, I have also added to my
quantitative skills training with courses on Bayesian analyses,
multilevel modeling, and structural equation modeling. My
current research interests include individual differences in
working memory, prospective memory, executive attention, and the
application of cognitive science outside of the lab.