I graduated from Bucknell University with a B.S. in Neuroscience in 2010. While there, I examined the effects of aging on categorization and recognition of novel tunes with Dr. Andrea Halpern. I received my Ph.D. in Psychology and Neuroscience, with a concentration in Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience, from Duke University. At Duke, I worked primarily with Dr. David Rubin and also collaborated with Drs. Elizabeth Marsh, Mark Leary, and Rick Hoyle. Currently, I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology at Rollins College. I am interested in how the reconstruction of autobiographical memories is influenced by changes in self-concept, identity, and environment, as well as how different knowledge structures (such as self-knowledge) are organized. I work with data from college students, community-dwelling individuals with and without PTSD, and MTurkers.