|Present||Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Cedarville University ‐ School of Pharmacy|
Honors and Awards
- Rho Chi Pharmacy Academic Honorary - 2014
- Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honorary - 2014
- Omicron Delta Kappa Student Leadership Honorary - 2014
- Phi Eta Sigma First Year Academic Honorary - 2011
|Pharm.D., Ohio Northern University|
School of Pharmacy
Peer Reviewed Publications (4)
Blunted Cortisol Response to Acute Pre-learning Stress Prevents Misinformation Effect in a Forced Confabulation Paradigm Hormones and Behavior (2017)
Research examining the effects of stress on false memory formation has been equivocal, partly because of the complex nature of stress-memory interactions. A major factor influencing stress effects on learning is the timing of stress ...
Post-learning Stress Enhances Long-term Memory and Differentially Influences Memory in Females Depending on Menstrual Stage Acta Psychologica (2015)
Most work has shown that post-learning stress enhances long-term memory; however, there have been recent inconsistencies in this literature. The purpose of the present study was to examine further the effects of post-learning stress on ...
ADRA2B Deletion Variant Selectively Predicts Stress-induced Enhancement of Long-term Memory in Females Psychoneuroendocrinology (2014)
Clarifying the mechanisms that underlie stress-induced alterations of learning and memory may lend important insight into susceptibility factors governing the development of stress-related psychological disorders, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Previous work has shown ...
Brief, Pre-learning Stress Reduces False Memory Production and Enhances True Memory Selectively in Females Physiology & behavior (2014)
Some of the previous research on stress-memory interactions has suggested that stress increases the production of false memories. However, as accumulating work has shown that the effects of stress on learning and memory depend critically ...