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Joshua Lee

  Joshua Lee

Graduate Student
B.A. Psychology, University of California Davis 2007
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Website: http://ucdavis.academia.edu/JoshuaLee
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I am interested in the development of memory processes and characterizing typical and atypical memory development.

 

Christine Coughlin

  Christine Coughlin

Graduate Student
B.S. in Psychobiology, University of California, Los Angeles, 2003
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I investigate the development of memory and associated high-level cognitive processes across childhood. I am especially interested in using behavioral and neuroimaging methods to elucidate the relationship between remembering one's past and envisioning one's future, and how knowledge about this topic might be used to help individuals with deficits in future-oriented thought processes.

 

Emily Hembacher

  Emily Hembacher

Graduate Student
B.A. Psychology, University of California San Diego 2007
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My research involves the development of episodic memory and metamemory, and the neural correlates of typical and atypical development.

 

Jacqueline Pospisil

  Jacqueline Pospisil

Junior Specialist
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My interests lie within the areas of memory and language development. I am currently investigating episodic memory in young children. After graduation, I hope to continue my research and education in graduate school.

 

Marcos Sastre III

  Marcos Sastre III

Junior Specialist
B.S. in Cognitive and Brain Science, Tufts University 2011
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Originally from Boston, I moved to Davis after graduating Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in Cognitive and Brain Science and a minor in Communications at Tufts University. My primary research interests involve how media stimuli influence learning, attention, memory, and behavior.

 

Julia Ross

  Julia Ross

Junior Specialist
B.A. in Neuroscience, Wellesley College 2011

I graduated with honors from Wellesley College in May of 2011, where I completed a B.A. in Neuroscience. My previous research has focused on imagination and cognition in preschool aged children, as well as the brain development of adolescents exposed to specific childhood traumas.