Kristi Multhaup recognized for publication of NIH-funded research project

Kristi Multhaup

The Office of Grants and Contracts congratulates Vail Professor and Chair of Psychology Kristi Multhaup on publication of her research article, Exploring the Specificity, Synergy, and Durability of Auditory and Visual Computer Game Transfer Effects in Healthy Older Adults, in The Journals of Gerontology, August 2019

Articles selected for publication in the peer-reviewed scientific journal “have clear implications for theoretical or methodological innovation in the psychology of aging or contribute significantly to the empirical understanding of psychological processes and aging.” 

Davidson College student researchers: Meg DiDonato, Elizabeth Weldon ’18, Richard Miller ’16, Elena Jones ’18, Dionysia Theodorou ’16, Akanksha Das ’16, Yasmin Cruz ’16, with Professors Kristi Multhaup and Vilayanur Ramachandran (UCSD).

Professor Multhaup’s nearly ten-year research project investigating influences on memory and memory changes in older adults was funded in part by a National Institutes of Health AREA – Academic Research Enhancement Award.  This competitive award supported training and active participation in neuropsychological testing and research for more than 70 Davidson College undergraduates.        

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