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About Leanne Boucher

Leanne Boucher, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at NSU's College of Psychology. Her research focuses on how cognition can be affected by movement. In this line of research, Dr. Boucher examines how different forms of exercise (walking, running, bike riding) or fidgeting movements can affect one’s inhibitory control, working memory, and attentional focus.

Positions

2016 Present Coordinator, First Year Seminar, Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology
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2014 Present Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology
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20112014 Chair, Undergraduate Psychology Program, Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology
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20102014 Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology
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Education

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2002 Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Dartmouth College
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1997 B.A., Psychology, Brandeis University
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Contact Information

(954) 262-8469

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Articles (15)

Journal articles written or co-written by Dr. Leanne Boucher

Presentations (40)

Conference presentations, proceedings, lectures, and symposia given by Dr. Leanne Boucher