Doctoral Student in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience
Jessica is currently a PhD student in the Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience area of the Department of Psychology and a pre-doctoral trainee at the Institute of Gerontology at Wayne State University.
B.S. Psychology, Wayne State University
- Characterizing functional differences in the brain during successful memory formation between healthy older adults with and without subjective memory complaints.
Research Project Linkhttp://connectlab.wayne.edu/
- Fall 2017: PSY 1010 Introductory Psychology Lab
- Winter 2018: PSY 3993 Laboratory in Experimental Psychology
Honors and Awards
- Thomas C. Rumble University Graduate Fellowship, 2018-2019
- Betty J. Neitzel Summer Research Award, 2018
- Gothe, N. P., Hayes, J. M., Temali, C., & Damoiseaux, J. S. (2018). Differences in Brain Structure and Function Among Yoga Practitioners and Controls. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 12, 26.
- Hayes, J. M., Tang, L., Viviano, R. P., van Rooden, S., Ofen, N., & Damoiseaux, J. S. (2017). Subjective memory complaints are associated with brain activation supporting successful memory encoding. Neurobiology of Aging, 60, 71-80.