My primary research interests include several overlapping areas --- the links between health, cognition, and daily functioning in older adults; personal and training factors that influence trainees' interest and attitudes toward working with older adult clients; and the accuracy of self-reported information. In addition, I use my skills as a methodologist to collaborate with colleagues in the College of Education on a variety of topics (e.g., numeracy skill development; understanding predictors of academic and behavioral performance; mathematics problem-solving).
I am currently the faculty coordinator for admissions to the on-campus master's and doctoral counseling programs. I am happy to answer questions you may have about these programs or the application requirements (please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org). For admissions questions about the online master's program in international school counseling, please contact Dr. Christopher Liang (email@example.com). Questions about or requests for doctoral licensure verification should be directed to the doctoral program training director, Dr. Susan Woodhouse (firstname.lastname@example.org).