Abi Myers

Abi Myers

Doctoral Student in Behavioral Cognitive Neuroscience
Graduate Teaching Assistant


Abi Myers



Abigail is a graduate student in the Behavioral Cognitive Neuroscience Program. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Biology Minor at Oakland University in 2018. During her undergraduate career, she was involved in research that investigated the neurobehavioral effects of substance abuse on development in a rodent model. From 2018-2019, she has worked as an RA for the national ABCD Study at the University of Michigan, where she administered cognitive and behavioral tasks to adolescents in hopes to learn more about positive and negative outcomes throughout development. She is currently working on her Master's Thesis which investigates the effects of gestational opioid exposure on offspring development and neurological outcomes.

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

 Substance Abuse


B.A., Psychology, Oakland University, 2018

Courses taught

PSY 1010 Intro Psych Lab, Summer 2019

PSY 1010 Intro Psych Lab, Winter 2019

PSY 1010 Intro Psych Lab, Fall 2019


Other qualifications directly relevant to courses taught

 Current Lead TA for PSY 1010/1030 Labs