Wayne Hawley is a fourth-year doctoral student in Psychology with research interests in the effects of stress and anxiety on cognitive function, the interaction of biological sex and gonadal hormones with stress responses, and the central mechanisms underlying these effects.
Elin Grissom is a third-year doctoral student in Psychology with research interests on the impact of biological sex and gonadal hormones on various cognitive measures, particularly during early postnatal and later prepubertal development.
Katherine (Kat) Cost is a fourth-year doctoral student in Neuroscience with research interests on the effects of pregnancy and maternity on cognitive functioning in both rodents and humans.
Kelly Hodges is masters student in Neuroscience with research interests in the neurochemical mechanisms underlying the learning strategies used by rodents to solve spatial cognition tasks.
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