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Jeremy Loebach

Director of the SCogLab

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Neuroscience Program and Linguistics Studies Program

Current Students

Here are some of the students who make up the backbone of the lab.
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Brock Carlson, ’18

Undergraduate research assistant

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Anna Ruehlow, ’18

Undergraduate research assistant

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Alumni

Here are some of our alumni and information on what they are up to now.

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Annelise Coffey, ’17

Undergraduate research assistant

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Paula Rodriguez, ’17

Undergraduate research assistant

Current position: Graduate student in AuD Program at the University of Minnesota

COMING SOON!

Maddie Sabin, ’17

Undergraduate research assistant

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COMING SOON!

Mari Balhorn, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant: SoLoArc Project

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Brandon Cash, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant

Research Interests: Music and Emotion

COMING SOON!

Frances Lentz, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant

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Jeffrey Riley, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant

Research Interests: Behavioral Neuroscience and PTSD

Mya

Mya Saracho, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant

Research Interests: Deaf Studies

COMING SOON!

Kevin Saulnier, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant

Research Interests:

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Nora Serres, ’16

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Research Interest: Pediatric Cochlear Implantation in Norway

My interest in psychology and hearing fuels my academic passions – people and why we do what we do are fascinating topics to me. I’ve tied that into hearing to ask: Why is communication so important? What makes the ability to hear so impactful on our life quality? These are just some questions that motivate me to delve deeper into the field of the hearing sciences. 

With generous support through the Rand Scholarship and the Psych Endowment fund, I have established a connection between our SCog Lab, the Mayo Clinic, and Oslo’s University hospital to research pediatric cochlear implantation and its effects. This project compares life quality outcomes as well as hearing tests and general demographics of children in the US and in Norway. This will be one of the first international comparisons between children with CIs, and I hope that this research opens up more dialogue to create the best outcomes for implanted children.

Outside of lab I enjoy going on runs through the nearby natural lands, having coffee with friends, and volunteering through Northfield’s Laura Baker Services Association!

 

 

 

COMING SOON!

Roman Tyshynsky, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant: SoLoArc Project

Current position: Graduate student in Neuroscience PhD Program at the University of Minnesota

COMING SOON!

Jake Westerberg, ’16

Undergraduate research assistant: SoLoArc Project

Current position: Graduate student in Neuroscience PhD Program at Vanderbilt University

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Katie Berg, ’15

Undergraduate research assistant:

Current position: Graduate student in AuD Program at Vanderbilt University

Coming Soon!

Rachel Bash, ’15

COMING SOON!

Jane Burton, ’13

Undergraduate research assistant:

Current position: AuD from Vanderbilt University, Graduate student in Neuroscience PhD Program at Vanderbilt University

COMING SOON!

Juan-Ita Effiom, ’13

Undergraduate research assistant:

Current position: MA in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin

COMING SOON!

Hannah Erickson Herd, ’13

Undergraduate research assistant:

Current position: AuD from the University of Minnesota

COMING SOON!

Kelsey Klein, ’13

Undergraduate research assistant:

Current position: Graduate student in AuD Program at the University of Iowa

COMING SOON!

Sara Phillips, ’13

Undergraduate research assistant:

Current position: Graduate student in Clinical Psychology PhD Program at Drexel University

COMING SOON!

Carly Stork, ’13

Undergraduate research assistant