Psychology Graduate Students

Audrey Morrow
  • Title
    • PhD Student; Teaching Assistant
  • Division Social Sciences Division
  • Department
    • Psychology Department
  • Email
  • Website
  • Office Location
    • Social Sciences 2, 202
  • Mail Stop Psychology Faculty Services

Research Interests

The effects of attention and top-down processing on visual perception and the role of alpha oscillations in perceptual sensitivity, timing, and information flow.

Biography, Education and Training

Audrey received her B.S. from Towson University in Maryland where she majored in Psychology and minored in Biology. She earned her M.A. in Cognitive Psychology from New Mexico State University where she conducted her thesis research on the effects of transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), a brain stimulation technique, on mitigating the negative impact of psychosocial stress on executive functioning.

Audrey currently works under Jason Samaha, Ph.D., in a cognitive and computational neuroscience lab.

Audrey has fulfilled a variety of Teaching Assistant positions as well as roles providing service to the department and graduate student body, listed below.

Teaching Assistantships:
PSYC 1: Introduction to Psychology; PSYC 20: Cognition: Fundamental Theories; PSYC 100: Research Methods in Psychology; PSYC 121: Perception; PSYC 123: Cognitive Neuroscience

GSA Psychology Dept. Representative; GradLab Committee; Cognitive Area Graduate Representative; UAW 2865 Psychology Dept. Steward; GSC Treasurer (current); GSC Finance Committee (current)