Amanda E. Bradbury

Ph.D. Student

I am a Ph.D. Student in Human Factors and Applied Cognition at North Carolina State University. My research interests include using multichannel data (e.g., eye-tracking, facial expressions of emotion, log files, etc.) to measure the cognitive, affective, metacognitive and motivational factors affecting self-regulated learning during instruction with various advanced learning technologies (e.g., game-based learning environments, augmented reality, virtual reality, simulation, etc.). More specifically, I am interested in using cognitive research to develop intelligent, adaptive advanced learning technologies that effectively detect, model, and foster student’s self-regulated learning processes during STEM learning and complex problem solving.


Ph.D., Psychology (present)
North Carolina State University

B.A., Psychology (2015)
Christopher Newport University