Graduate Student, Dr. Nokes-Malach
Department of Psychology
Faculty Advisor: Timothy Nokes-Malach
I am interested in the cognitive, metacognitive, social, and emotional processes involved in learning and transfer, hypothetical reasoning, and conceptual change—particularly in science education. Furthermore, I am interested in how psychological research on learning and memory can be applied in educational settings and the associations between mindfulness and learning.
Pelakh, A., Good, M. L, Kuo, E., Nokes-Malach, T., Tumminia, M. J, Jamal-Orozco, N., Diamond, M.S., Adelman, A., & Galla, B. (2021). The Relationship Between Intelligence Mindset and Test Anxiety as Mediated by Effort Regulation. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 43.