Claire La Fleur, Graduate Student
Claire La Fleur is currently a third year graduate student studying Cognitive Psychology at University of Virginia. Her work focuses on understanding why cognition changes across the lifespan, the individual differences that may influence those processes, and evaluating potential interventions or strategies that may be beneficial for cognition. She is focusing on understanding the mechanisms underlying the testing effect and examining the relationship between aspects of social support and cognition. When she is not at work, she enjoys playing with her Siamese cats and going wine and cider tasting with her wonderful boyfriend, Ben.
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