The Cognitive Communication Science Lab was founded in August 2016 in the School of Communication at The Ohio State University. We are currently recruiting new Graduate Students and Undergraduate Research Assistants. Members are ordered according to length of lab tenure.
Richard (PhD, University of California Santa Barbara) is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication at The Ohio State University, a member of the Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, and officer of the Communication Science and Biology interest group at the International Communication Association. His research investigates how motivation shapes attitudes and behavior.
Shelby is a MA student in the School of Communication at The Ohio State University. She graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with a degree in psychology and minor in neuroscience. Her research has focused on sex-specific differences in empathy. More broadly, Shelby’s interests include investigating the brain networks and cognitive processes involved with message interpretation and behavior change.