I am a Post-Doctoral Scholar in Human Factors and Applied Cognition at North Carolina State University. My research interests include using non-traditional statistical techniques (i.e., multi-level modeling) when analyzing multi-channel data, such as eye-tracking, videos of facial expressions, and log-file data, to examine students’ metacognitive monitoring during learning with different types of Advanced Learning Technologies (e.g., game-based learning environments, hypermedia-learning environments, and simulations). Specifically, I am interested in investigating what types of metacognitive judgments students deploy, the accuracy in these judgments, and how these judgments can impact students’ affective states during learning.
Ph.D., Psychology (2017)
North Carolina State University
M.A., Educational Psychology (2013)
B.A., Psychology (2011)