200 Retreat Avenue
Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center
Whitehall Building - Institute of Living
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone: (860) 545-7255
Who Am I?
Lindsey earned a B.S. in psychology from Eastern
Connecticut State University in May 2014. As an undergraduate Lindsey gained
experience performing independent research projects investigating quality of
life and life satisfaction in both college aged students and the elderly
population. Lindsey also gained research experience working for Partners in
Social Research, LLC working on various program evaluations. She began at
the Olin Center in July 2014. She plans to further her education and pursue
a career in the clinical psychology research field.
Roles & Responsibilities
As a research assistant, Lindsey is responsible
for recruiting participants for the study titled Functional Neuroimaging of
Alcoholism Vulnerability: Glutamate, Reward, Impulsivity, and
Pavlovian-to-Instrumental Transfer (PIT) as well as the multisite study
Psychosis and Affective Research Domains and Intermediate Phenotypes
(PARDIP). She is trained as a secondary electroencephalography
operator, a secondary fMRI operator, as well as a secondary on EyeLink II
eye tracking device. Other responsibilities include data management
and neuropsychological testing.