Catherine L Reed

Who’s Who in the Lab — Students, Alumni, and Faculty

People are the heart of the lab. Learn about the many students, alumni, and faculty colleagues associated with the Reed Lab.

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Current Members of the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab

  • Distribution of visual attention during driving simulation; Distribution of attention along a tool in peri- and extrapersonal space.

    George Park
    Ph.D., Applied Cogntion Pgm, CGU

  • Aging affects multisensory integration (EEG/ERP); Individual differences affect learning of unknown risk distribution; Reward and loss influence inhibition of return and visual ERPs.

    Summer Clay
    Ph.D., Applied Cogntion Pgm, CGU

  • Embodied Decision Making, Human Computer Interaction, and EEG.

    Danielle Green
    Ph.D., Applied Cogntion Pgm, CGU

  • Neuroeconomics; EEG/ERP; Embodied Decision Making

    Aleena Young
    Research Coordinator, CMC '15

  • Project: Holistic Processing of Body Postures; NSF RA/Thesis: Hand Position Influences Attention: An EEG Study.

    Daivik Vyas
    NSF RA, CMC '16 Neuroscience/Pre-med

  • Honors Thesis: The Effects of Multiple Pressures on Performance.

    Troy Odo
    CMC '16 Honors Psychology/Biology/Pre-med

  • Research Assistant; EEG/ERP

    April Carlson
    CMC '16 Neuroscience/Pre-med

  • Neuroeconomics; Simultaneous EEG/ERP

    Tony Sidhom
    CMC '17 Neuroscience/Pre-med

  • Research Assistant; EEG/ERP

    Madison Lodge
    CMC '16 Neuroscience/Pre-med


    Audrey Liu
    CMC '18 Neuroscience/Pre-med

  • Lab Member

    Adrienne Jo
    CMC '19 Neuroscience/Pre-med

Recent Graduates & Lab Members

  • CMC '14, Neuroscience/Economics, Robert Day Scholar. Thesis: The overconfident effect: sexual dimorphism in the neurobiology of homo economicus.

    Grant Gaither
    Fulbright Scholar, English teaching assistant

  • CMC '14, Honors Psychology. Thesis: Situational Context, Philosophical Belief, and Moral Constructs: The Multifaceted Nature of Moral Judgment.

    Jessie Huang
    US Marketing Intern, Qubit

  • Harvey Mudd College '14, Biology. Thesis: Influences of Satiety & Body Satisfaction on Spatial Attention: An Electrophysiological Study. Selected Projects: NSF RA: Hand location affects spatial attention: An EEG/ERP study.

    Natasha Parikh
    Duke University, Cognitive Neuroscience Ph.D. Program

  • CMC '15, Neuroscience. NSF RA: Hand location affects spatial attention: An EEG/ERP study.

    Niti Nagar
    Research Assistant, Cold Springs Harbor

  • Pitzer College '14, Neuroscience/Pre-med.

    Julie Filo
    City of Hope Hospital

  • CMC '17, Psychology/Economics.

    Aviva Bhansali
    Lab Member

  • Scripps College '16, Psychology.

    Natalie Katz
    Lab Member

  • CMC '16, Economics/Finance, Robert Day Scholar.

    Iris Liu
    Lab Member

  • CMC '16, Neuroscience/Pre-med

    Collin Xa
    Lab Member

  • CMC '16, Neuroscience/Pre-med

    Ortal Livyatan
    Lab Member

Alumniback to top

  • University of Denver, Ph.D.

    Betsy App
    Omni Research & Training, Inc.

  • Biology/Psychology. Project: Frames of reference for the rubber limb illusion.

    Joshua Baker
    Senior Clinical Site Specialist, United BioSource Corporation

  • University of Denver, Psychology. Thesis: Walking reveals trunk orientation bias for attention. Regis University, MA, Applied Psychology.

    Stefan Bate
    Executive Director, A New Path

  • Post-doc, University of Denver

    Paula Beall
    Lecturer, Univ of Colo, Denver

  • CMC, Psychology. Project: Biased attention for functional hand and tool space.

    Ryan Betz
    Nuclear Science Officer, WMD, U.S. Army

  • Pitzer College, Neuroscience. Thesis: Early and late hand proximity effects on visual evoked potentials. Won Best Thesis in Neuroscience Award.

    Ben Brekke
    USC, Graduate Student in Medical Statistics

  • CMC, Economics/Finance.Thesis: How stress and relaxation affect risky decision making.

    Chris Brigham
    Investment Analyst, Longview Asset Management

  • Scripps College, Psychology. Clark University, Ph.D., Developmental Psychology.

    Katherine Frazier
    Lecturer, Northeastern University

  • University of Denver, Biology/Psychology. Post-docs: Georgia State University, Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes at the Lincoln Park Zoo.

    Hani Freeman
    University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D.

  • CMC, Cognitive Science. Project: Emotional perception and social orienting in autism.

    Libby Friede
    Technical Sales Associate, Sungevity

  • Harvey Mudd College, Chemistry/Art. Project: The relative contributions of the face and body to configural processing.

    Matthew Garber
    Artist, Scientist, Inventor

  • University of Denver, Ph.D.

    John P. Garza
    Director, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

  • University of Denver, Honors Psychology. Thesis: Implied body action directs spatial attention.

    Will Gervais
    University of British Columbia, Ph.D.

  • University of Denver, Ph.D

    Jeffrey Grubb
    Aerospace Experimental Psychologist, U.S. Navy

  • CMC, Government/Middle East Studies. Project: Emotional perception from body and face movement cues. Harvard, Graduate School of Education.

    Krysten Hartman
    Project coordinator, Middle East Initiative, Belfer Center

  • CMC, Neuroscience. Project: The neural bases of embodied attention

    Sumaiya Hashmi
    Software Development Engineer, Amazon

  • CMC, Honors Psychology/Economics. Thesis: Altered perception: The influence of dimension, speed, and direction on time perception.

    Spencer Kline
    Director and General Manager, Cogo Labs

  • Pitzer College, Neuropsychology. Thesis: Embodied attention in older adults: Influence of hand location on P1, N1, Nd1, and P3 components in aging.

    Abigail Kramer
    Palo Alto University, Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology

  • CMC, Neuroscience. Thesis: Bodily state as context: The effect of mood on emotion perception.

    Rebekka Manzella
    California State University, Dominguez Hills, Occupational Therapy Program

  • CMC, Neuroscience. Thesis: Covert attentional orienting to implied human action in adults with autism.

    Heather Marra
    Physicians Assistant, Hatfield Family Medicine

  • University of Denver, Ph.D.

    John E. McGoldrick
    Senior Researcher, Center for Research Strategies

  • CMC, Psychology/Literature. Thesis: Body matters in emotion: constrained body position dominance emotions.

    Kathryn Mgrublian
    Senior Account Executive, Fleishman-Hillard

  • Pitzer College, Neuroscience. Project: Where do we look when we look for emotion?

    Leah Milne-Wright
    Portland State University, MA in Clinical Social Work program

  • University of Denver, Ph.D.

    Eric Moody
    Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus

  • University of Denver, Honors Psychology/Biology . Thesis: The embodiment of perceptual expertise and configural processing. University of Toledo, M.D.

    Andrew Nyberg
    Emergency Medicine, University of Utah Health Care

  • University of Denver, Biology/Psychology. Thesis: Does body inversion activate the FFA? An fMRI study. Western University, D.O.

    Peter Reding
    Family Medicine, University of Irvine Medical Center

  • University of Denver, Psychology/Criminology. University of Colorado, Boulder, J.D.

    Cleo Steele
    Defense Attorney, Steele Law Firm, Colorado

  • Pitzer College, Psychology/Philosophy. Project: Top-down influences mediate hand bias in spatial attention; Attention and tool use. Santa Clara University, MA, Counseling Psychology.

    Michael Strom
    MFT trainee, San Jose East Side Union High School District

  • University of Denver, Ph.D., ORT-L

    Julia Wilbarger
    Associate Professor, Occupational Therapy Dominican University of California

  • CMC, Honors Psychology/Computer Science. Thesis: The eyes have it: The effect of emotional judgment tasks on gaze perception.

    Manuel Wudke-Robles
    Principal and architect, Palamino Labs

  • CMC, Neuroscience. Thesis: Mood and perceived fairness: the context dependency of empathy. Won Best Thesis in Neuroscience Award. MBA.

    Greg Zahner
    University of San Francisco, Medical School

  • University of Denver, Psychology. Project: Emotion communication:

    Viktor Zetterholm
    Math, Psychology Teacher, Psykologigymnasiet, Stockholm, Sweden

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