About the Lab
Do visual strategies affect graph comprehension?
Can visuospatial cues can help students process science graphs and diagrams more efficiently?
How can cognitive neuroscience methods (fMRI, eye tracking) help us understand and improve STEM learning?
Interested in helping us find out? Consider applying to the Educational Psychology
Ph D. program at UA!
About the PI'>
Audrey Michal is an assistant professor of educational psychology and educational neuroscience in the College of Education at the University of Alabama. Dr. Michal received her Ph D. in psychology from the University of Illinois with a concentration in Brain & Cognition, where she studied the neural bases of visual attention. As a postdoctoral researcher, she studied the role of cognition in STEM learning at Northwestern University and the University of Michigan.