Mariam Hovhannisyan

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Human Memory Lab Faculty Advisor: Matt Grilli Neuroscience of Emotion and Thought (NET) Lab Faculty Advisor: Jessica Andrews-Hanna

Mariam Hovhannisyan

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Human Memory Lab Faculty Advisor: Matt Grilli Neuroscience of Emotion and Thought (NET) Lab Faculty Advisor: Jessica Andrews-Hanna

I am currently pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Arizona. My clinical training is primarily focused on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)with the goal of using these evidenced-based treatments to help individuals increase their quality of life.

Research Interests:

  • Memory, aging, imagination, and neuroimaging

Selected Publications: 

  • Hovhannisyan, M., Clarke, A., Geib, B., Cicchinelli, R., Monge, Z., Worth, T., Szymanksi, A., Cabeza, R., & Davis, S., (2021). The Visual and Semantic Features that Predict Object Memory: Concept Property Norms for 1000 Object Images. Memory & Cognition.
  • Davis, S.W., Geib, B.R., Wing, E.A., Wang, W., Hovhannisyan, M., Monge, Z.A., Cabeza, R. (2020). Visual and Semantic Representations Predict Subsequent Memory in Perceptual and Conceptual Memory Tests. Cerebral Cortex.
  • Cohen, M.S., Rissman, J., Hovhannisyan, M., Castel, A.D., Knowlton, B.J. (2017). Free Recall Test Experience Potentiates Strategy-Driven Effects of Value on Memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

Courses Taught:

Grading Assistant:

  • PSY 463 - Forensic Assessment: Intervention and Treatment (2023)

*Year listed indicates when this individual last taught the specified course.

 

Updated 01/23/23

Degrees

  • B.S. Cognitive Science, UCLA (2017)
Ph.D. Students Clinical