Scholar's Research Highlight
Psychology, Media & Film Studies major
Social and Behavioral Sciences Methodology minor
Clint Jensen is currently a research assistant in the Chrysikou Lab investigating autonomic nervous system (ANS) responses through eye-tracking, and task-based pupillary response in categorization learning. This past summer Clint was selected for the Psychology Research Experience Program (PREP)» at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he participated in the summer research enrichment program which included studying the development of visuo-spatial working memory, attention, and action within the Simmering Lab. His admission to the program was due to his impressive accomplishments as a KU undergraduate researcher. Clint's research interests include learning, language acquisition, the use of visuo-spatial thinking in orientation, working memory, how critical thinking develops, computational and statistical modeling, and ways to create translational research that improves educational outcomes.