Jordan D. Chamberlain

Jordan D. Chamberlain

Fourth Year Graduate Student


I graduated from the University of Michigan in 2016 (B.S. Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience) and again in 2017 (M.S. Psychology: Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience). My undergraduate and Masters research primarily focused on neural specificity and GABA concentrations in the ventral visual cortex of younger and older adults. Currently, I am investigating age differences underlying neural patterns associated with true and false memories, and how white matter microstructural integrity relates to false memory. Through my collaborations across campus, I am exploring how we can improve older adults’ cognitive processing through targeted behavioral interventions, as well as how subjective health factors become coupled with episodic memory in aging. In my spare time I enjoy reading, hiking, and exploring the local State College area.

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