Research Assistants

Nathaniel (Nate) Diede, PhD

Nate earned his PhD in 2018. His dissertation was entitled: Mind Wandering in Old Age: Lack of Thoughts or Lack of Resources.

B. Hunter Ball, PhD

Assistant Professor, University of Texas: Arlington

Funded by an NIA Training Grant, Hunter was a post-doc in the Cognitive Control and Aging Lab from 2015 to 2018.

Magda Lijowska

Magda is a sophomore pursuing Psychological & Brain Sciences and Spanish, with a minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

Justin Lerner

Research Assistant: 2002-2003

Undergraduate in Psychology

Justin worked on studies that investigated the effect of stimulus on the response time profile of mental spatial transformations.

Angela Haas

Research Assistant: 2001-2003

B.A. Saint Louis University, 1999

Jason Gwinn

Research Assistant: Spring 2004

Psychology, Class of 2005

Richard Zernickow

Research Assistant: 2003-2004

Biomedical Engineering, Class of 2007

Rahal Kahanda

Research Assistant: 2003-2004

Biomedical Engineering, Class of 2006

Ty Fagan

Part-time Research Assistant: Spring 2005

Ty was a member of the lab during the spring of 2005. He worked with Jeff on a meta-analysis examining the quantitative results of neuroimaging studies of mental rotation and specific brain sites that are reliably involved in mental rotation.