Christopher Stare

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PhD Candidate / Teaching Assistant
Degree(s): 

Bachelor of Arts and Letters - Psychology - University of Notre Dame

Office: 
Psychology 119

Christopher is a third year student in the Cognition and Neural Systems PhD program working with Drs. Lynn Nadel, Rebecca Gómez, and Richard Bootzin. Chris's research interests focus on the effects of sleep on memory and cognition. Specifically, he has studied how emotional regulation impacts sleep-dependent consolidation of negative stimuli, and he is currently investigating the role of novelty exposure on the subsequent consolidation of memories during sleep.

Courses Taught: 

PSY 297 - Research Methods Lab - Spring 2013 (co-instructor) PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology - Summer 2014

Research Program: