Anthony Correro graduated from Louisiana State University in 2013 with a B.S. in psychology and minors in biological sciences and Italian. As an undergraduate, he worked in Dr. W. Drew Gouvier's neuropsychology laboratory measuring the malingering of mental retardation in young adult analogs and comparing the WAIS-IV to various clinical, neuropsychological, and cognitive measures. In addition, Anthony assisted with research projects in an institute for dementia research and prevention. His honors senior thesis, under the direction of Dr. Jason Hicks, assessed the effect of multidimensional context reinstatement on false memory, and Anthony's work on this project led to a proposal that is currently funded by the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Anthony is currently a first year, and his research interests include false memory, age-related differences in cognitive processes, and the assessment of cognitive decline. Anthony enjoys spending time with his dog and cat, reading, visiting Milwaukee's art museum, and hanging out with all of his new friends in the program.
Brouillette, R.M., Foil, H., Fontenot, S., Correro, A., Allen, R., Martin, C.K., Bruce-Keller, A.J., & Keller, J.N. (2013). Feasibility, Reliability, and Validity of a Smartphone Based Application for the Assessment of Cognitive Function in the Elderly. PLoS ONE, 8(6): e65925. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0065925