Lauren Bryant

Graduate Research Assistant Doctoral Candidate Instructor of Record Office: BOUS 163

Program: Developmental Psychology
Advisor: Kimberly Cuevas
Education: University of Connecticut

M.S. in Psychological Sciences (2016)

  • Master’s Thesis: Effects of Active and Observational Experience on EEG Activity During Early Childhood

Graduate Certificate in College Instruction (2018)

Graduate Certificate in Cognitive Science (Expected May 2019)

Ph.D. in Psychological Sciences (Expected May 2019)

Southern Connecticut State University

B.A. in Psychology (2013)

B.S. in Communication Disorders (2013)

Research Graduate Research Assistant: Cognition, Action, & Psychophysiology Lab

Research Interests: Cognition, Executive Function, Psychophysiology (EEG), Perception-Action Coupling, Social Learning, Cognitive Development

Courses PSYC 1100: General Psychology I (Lab)

PSYC 1101: General Psychology II

PSYC 2100WQ: Principles of Research in Psychology (Lab)

PSYC 2400: Developmental Psychology

Representative Publications: Bryant, L. J., & Cuevas, K. (under revision). Effects of active and observational experience on EEG activity during early childhood. Psychophysiology.

Cuevas, K., Rajan, V., & Bryant, L. J. (2018). Emergence of executive function in infancy. In S.A. Wiebe & J. Karbach (Eds.), Executive function: Development across the life span (pp. 11-28). New York: Routledge.

Vita: Bryant Curriculum Vitae