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Kim Nguyen


Graduate Student

Temple University

Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory

Expected Graduation: May 2024

Ongoing Projects:

  • Development of cognitive map formation and non-spatial transference
  • Neural indices of memory reactivation in children
  • How relational language maps onto spatial navigation skills in children (post-bac work)

Research Interests:

  • Memory development
  • Functional connectivity of spatial cognition and memory

About Me:

Kim is a graduate student in the Cognition and Neuroscience department and is mentored by Dr. Nora Newcombe and Dr. Ingrid Olson. She received her B.S. in Neurobiology at the University of Texas at Austin in 2018. Her interests include the development and decline of spatial and episodic memory as well as using fMRI methods to link function with behavior.