About the Contributors

PSYC101 Students. During the Summer 2013 semester at South Dakota State University, General Psychology students will be contributing to Variety Psychology per the portfolio requirement of the course.

Tyler Miller is an assitant professor at South Dakota State University. His research area is cognitive psychology, focusing on metacognition, aging, and psychophysiology. You can contact him at milltyl@gmail.com or see his posts here.

Ashley Meyer has done research on things ranging from the methodology of chili-judging to spatial learning in rats to the metacognitive judgments that students make when studying. In her free time she likes to watch movies, play her saxophone, and hang out with her husband and 2 huskies! If you want to know more about Ashley, visit her personal website. To see Ashley’s posts, click here.

Brianna Bennett is a graduate student in Clinical Psychology at Texas Tech University. To see Brianna’s posts, click here.

Mariah Laver is a clinical doctoral student at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND. Her research focus is with inmate and other forensic populations, and she hopes to work therapeutically with inmate and juvenile delinquency populations in the future. To see Mariah’s posts, click here.

Alyssa Pilkington To see Alyssa’s posts, click here.

Are you a Developmental, I/O, Social, Forensic, Clinical, Behavioral Neuroscience, or other type of psychologist and want to start contributing to Variety Psychology? Please contact Tyler to get more details (milltyl@gmail.com).

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