Jackson Colvett

Jackson Colvett

Jackson joined the lab in the Fall of 2017 after finishing a bachelor's degree at Wake Forest University. His bachelor's thesis concerned the relationship between task switching ability and media multitasking. Jackson's research interests currently include investigating what processes govern the experience-based learning of attentional states and how induced attentional states transfer (or do not transfer) to new contexts and items. 

 

In his free time, Jackson enjoys running, soccer, coffee, and hiking. 

 

Contact Jackson at jcolvett@wustl.edu