PhD Student in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience / IOG fellow / GTA
Office: 87 E. Ferry Avenue, Knapp Building #008, Detroit, MI 48201
Roya currently is a PhD student in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience (BCN) at the Department of Psychology, Wayne State University. At the same time, she is pre-doctoral trainee at the Institute of Geronotology (IOG).
Research interest(s)/area of expertise
- Roya is mainly interested in structural brain development and that how it gives rise to cognitive functioning across development. She is particularly focused on hippocampus, a key structure supporting episodic memory, and the functional specialization of it's subfields.
- Ph.D. Student, Psychology (BCN), Wayne State University, Detroit, MI (2016- Present)
- M.A. Psychology, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
- B.S. Psychology, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
Instructor, PSY 1010 Lab, Department of Psychology, Wayne State University
Instructor, PSY 1030 Lab, Department of Psychology, Wayne State University
Instructor, PSY 2030 Lab, Statistical Methods in Psychology, Winter 2019, Wayne State University
Instructor, PSY 2030 Lab, Statistical Methods in Pschology, Fall 2019, Wayne State University
Instructor, PSY 3060 Lecture, Psychology of Learning and Memory, Spring/Summer 2020, Wayne State University