I am an educational psychologist and cognitive scientist as well as a lecturer in Psychological Science at UTRGV. I have held teaching and research positions at the University of Colorado, Florida State University, and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.
I am an expert in teaching students how to succeed in college and career. I can assess your student's strengths and weaknesses, and develop a personalized plan to help them matriculate into college and pursue a rewarding career. Whether your student is unsure about what professional path to pursue or just needs some extra guidance, I can help.
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My research has been published in scholarly journals that run the gamut of social science from psychology to education to computer science. My scholarly interests include cognitive development, learning and memory, human-computer interaction, and social science research methods. I earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Texas and doctorates in Educational Psychology and Cognitive Science from the University of Colorado.
Below are a selection of my publications and presentations. See my vita for a complete list.
I have taught college students since 2006. Among the courses I have offered are General Psychology, Educational Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Research Methods in Psychology, Statistics for Social Science, and Sociology of Education.
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