Natalie Bryant

Real name: 
PhD Graduate Student
Degree(s): 

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) – May 2008 – Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Master of Arts (Cognition and Neural Systems) – May 2014 – University of Arizona    

Office: 
505

Originally from Normal, Illinois (yes, Normal), Natalie’s research pursuits include adolescent circadian changes and memory consolidation, cortisol and memory processing during sleep, and transformative memory processes occurring during sleep. In the summer of 2010, she was awarded the Dement Fellowship with Dr. Mary Carskadon at Brown University, a prestigious position working with one of the luminaries in adolescent sleep research. In 2014, Natalie was presented with the Galileo Circle Scholarship, which recognizes innovative scientists at the University of Arizona. In her free time, Natalie enjoys traveling, learning Italian, and playing the entire catalogue of Regina Spektor on the piano. For more about Natalie’s studies, click here and here.  

Courses Taught: 

PSY 325 – Cognitive Psychology PSY 340 – Cognitive Development  

CV: 

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