Spring 2019 Undergraduate Research Assistants

 

Research in the EMMA Lab would take a lot more time if it weren't for the excellence and dedication of our undergraduate research assistants. Many of our former students go on to exciting careers in industry or grad school, and we are thrilled to have been a part of their educational background. Our current research assistants are featured below.

Dynna Washington

I’m in my last semester at LSU, studying Psychology and Anthropology.  My favorite psychology course was the Psychology of Learning, while my favorite anthropology course was Forensic Anthropology. After I graduate, my plans are to go to graduate school for anthropology. If you ask my dentist, I have an unhealthy obsession with candy, but I disagree.

Niels Dickson

I am a Psychology major with French and Math minors. I started working in the EMMA lab last semester and have enjoyed being a part of motivated research groups interested in memory and attention. I am hoping to attend graduate school after graduating and continue psychology research at a university.

Niels Dickson

I am a Psychology major with French and Math minors. I started working in the EMMA lab last semester and have enjoyed being a part of motivated research groups interested in memory and attention. I am hoping to attend graduate school after graduating and continue psychology research at a university.

Haley Pettingill

I am a in my third year, studying Psychology and Philosophy with a minor in Spanish. After graduating from LSU, I plan on earning my Ph.D in cognitive neuroscience.

Qiraat Aslam

I am a senior majoring in Psychology and Anthropology. I plan on going to medical school after graduation. I have worked in the EMMA Lab for almost three years and it has been a great learning experience. In my spare time, I like to read or sleep all day.

Alexa Rabie

I am a psychology major in my second year here at LSU. I’m beyond interested in the research that the EMMA Lab conducts, and I look forward to being a part of the Lab this semester.

Torrance Thomas

I will be graduating in May 2019 with a B.S. in Psychology and a B.A. in English. I joined the EMMA lab to pursue my interest in cognitive neuroscience. I plan to attend a graduate program to receive a PhD in Psychology after a well deserved year of work and rest.

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