The Psychology Department is pleased to announce the addition of two faculty members
The Psychology Department is pleased to announce the addition of two faculty members for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Rasheda Haughbrook (Teaching Faculty) is a Chicago-area native with a passion for supporting student achievement. She earned her PhD in Developmental Psychology at Florida State University where she was also a Mcknight Doctoral Fellow. Dr. Haughbrook has research experience in Social Psychology, Neuropharmacology, Cell Biology, Behavioral Genetics, and Developmental Psychology, among other areas. She is interested in the interplay of the environment and our biology on academic and developmental outcomes. Dr. Haughbrook is excited to join the Psychology Department at FSU where she will continue teaching courses on Psychology of the African American, Child Development, Research Methods and more!
Adam Chris Martin (Cognitive Area) earned his Ph.D. in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Western Ontario in 2015, and subsequently completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Toronto. His research focuses on the cognitive neuroscience of human memory. Specifically, he investigates long-term memory, with the goal of developing a deeper understanding of its cognitive and neural bases, how it relates to other aspects of cognition (e.g., perception, decision making, motor control), how it changes across the lifespan, and how it can be enhanced to promote graceful aging. He uses fMRI, ERPs, motion tracking, virtual reality, and cognitive behavioral experiments to answer relevant questions in healthy and clinical populations.