Prof. James R. Brockmole
Department of Psychology
University of Notre Dame
552 Corbett Family Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
(574) 631-1792 (admin assistant)
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Greg Huffman, Ph.D.
B.A., University of the Pacific
M.A and Ph.D., University of Toronto
Greg's research interests are in the ways in which cognition and action interact with each other and allow humans to successfully act within the environment. He is also interested in attentional orienting, feature integration, and the philosophy of science.
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Graduate Students (Ph.D.)
B.A., Duke University
M.A., University of Notre Dame
Kristina's research interests are in the areas of visual attention, visual memory, and cognitive training. She is currently conducting research that aims to idenitify gaze-based markers of mind wandering (i.e., daydreaming) in multimedia learning contexts and real-time interventions that can restore attention to primary tasks.
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Senior Thesis Students
Joanne Kim, Senior. Majors: Neuroscience & Behavior and Music. Hometown: Clinton Twp, MI.
Erin Sullivan, Senior. Major: Neuroscience & Behavior. Hometown: River Forest, IL.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Emilio Arellano, Junior. Major: Biochemistry. Hometown: Hialeah, FL.
Sydney Brady, Sophomore. Major: Neuroscience & Behavior. Hometown: Lihue, HI.
Claire Kuehn, Senior. Major: Neuroscience & Behavior. Hometown: Tomahawk, WI.
Angela Lim, Senior. Majors: Neuroscience & Behavior and English. Hometown: Columbia, MO.
Former Post-Doctoral Fellows
Louise Brown. Lecturer (Assistant Professor), Strathclyde University (Scotland).
Christopher Davoli. Assistant Professor, Central Michigan University.
Michi Matsukura. Assistant Professor, Drake University.
Cary Stothart. Research Psychologist. US Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Ft. Leavenworth, KS.
Carol Walthew. Senior Gallery Enabler, Birmingham Science Museum, Birmingham, England.
Former Graduate Students
Adam Biggs. Lieutenant, Medical Services Corps, US Navy, Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton
Andrew Clement. Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Toronto
Snehlata Jaswal. Associate Professor, Thapar University (India) School of Management
Konstantinos Tsagkaridis. Lecturer (Assistant Professor), Neopolis University Pafos (Cyprus) School of Health Sciences
Former Undergraduate Students
Undergraduates working in the lab have many career aspirations. The following students pursued graduate studies in psychology or related fields.
Natalie Baldasare. M.Ed., Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE), University of Notre Dame
Deborah Cronin. Ph.D., Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Krista Ehinger. Ph.D., Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Emily Ehrman. M.S., School Counseling, Butler University.
Bryan Golubski, M.D., Indiana University School of Medicine.
Shane Kelly. Ph.D. candidate, Department of Psychology, George Mason University.
Robert McManus. Ph.D. candidate, Department of Psychology, North Dakota State University.
Ryan O'Donnell. Ph.D. candidate, Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University.
Caitlin Sisk. Ph.D. candidate, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota.
Sarah Wiesen. Ph.D. candidate, Department of Psychological Sciences, Vanderbilt University.
Madden Zappa. M.S., Mental Health, Ethics, and Law. King's College London.
Join the Lab
If you are interested in joining the lab to begin or develop your academic career, to pursue an advanced degree, or to gain research experience prior to graduate studies, positions are available!
Ph.D. Positions: The Visual Cognition Lab intends to accept new graduate students (studies to begin in August, 2019). Applications will be due December 1, 2018. Prospective students are welcome to contact Prof. Brockmole to discuss their interests and qualifications before submitting an application.
Undergraduate Positions: Undergraduates at the University of Notre Dame who have successfully completed their statistics requirement are invited to become part of the Visual Cognition Lab Team. Undergraduate research assistants work directly with faculty and other senior researchers to implement experiments by engaging in activities such as hypothesis development, stimulus creation, computer programming, participant testing, and data analysis. Students will broaden their academic experience by extending their learning outside the classroom, obtaining specific skills related to conducting psychological research, and developing applied critical thinking skills. Students of all educational backgrounds are invited to join the lab, and these opportunities will be particularly helpful for those preparing to attend graduate school. Please contact Prof. James Brockmole at James.Brockmole@nd.edu to learn more.