Members of the lab include:
Dr. Philip I. Pavlik Jr.Assistant Professor and Director of the Optimal Learning Lab. Dr. Pavlik completed his dissertation research with John Anderson in Carnegie Mellon University's Psychology Department and has worked with Ken Koedinger in Carnegie Mellon's Human Computer Interaction Institute. He has recently started at the University of Memphis as part of the interdisciplinary Institute for Intelligent Systems.
|Jaclyn Maass is a first year doctoral student with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Tampa. She works now as a research assistant under Dr. Philip I. Pavlik Jr. in the Institute for Intelligent Systems at the University of Memphis. Her research interests include knowledge acquisition, intelligent tutoring systems, metacognition, cognitive psychology, and educational psychology.|
Kenneth BarideauxKenneth Barideaux is a second year graduate student in the MS in General Psychology program and currently serves as a research assistant in the Optimal Learning Lab. He received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Louisiana State University. Broadly, his research interest includes the investigation of how memorial processes effects learning. In addition, he is interested in testing effects, spacing effects, attention, and strategy-use.
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