I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from the University of Central Missouri before attending Georgia Tech to pursue I/O Psychology as a graduate student. I joined the PARK Lab in Fall 2020. My primary research interests include the practical application of motivational theories in the workplace and the future of work regarding Human-Robot and Human-AI Interaction.
I graduated from Texas A&M University in May 2020 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology before joining the GT PARK Lab as an I/O Psychology graduate student. Currently, my research interests include motivation, lifelong learning, and social dynamics in the workplace.
I graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin before coming to Georgia Tech and the GT Park Lab as an I/O Psychology graduate student. My research interests are divided primarily into two areas: a) investigating overlap between ability and non-ability trait measures that predict knowledge and skill acquisition in realistic contexts, and b) understanding the motivations and experiences of mid-career adults who use online education to update their skillsets.
I graduated from the University of Georgia in May 2018 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology, and joined the PARK lab as a graduate student in I-O Psychology in Fall 2018. My current research interests include self-regulated learning in working adults, as well as the broader application of motivational theory to reskilling, workforce development, and lifelong learning.