Hadley Parum is a sophomore, intending to moderate into joint studies of Psychology and Music in the Spring of 2019. Their interests in psychology are most concentrated in the field of cognition, especially perception, states of consciousness, attention, and memory. In music, they study musicology and ethnomusicology, both fields which would be interesting to evaluate through the lens of cognitive psychology. Additionally, Hadley works as a writing and music theory tutor through the Bard Learning Commons, and as a barista at the CCS/Hessel Museum’s café. They have been an avid member of the Bard Debate Union since their arrival on campus, participating in on-campus public debates as well as travelling to competitive tournaments around the world. This final sentence an obligatory mention that they love coffee and cats very much, as evidenced by their dearly prized, quite large cat-shaped coffee mug.
Tong is a Psychology and Philosophy major at Bard College, concentrating in Mind, Brain, and Behavior. She is interested in the self-other asymmetries, automaticity, and the mediating effects of gender in social life. Through further work, she hopes to strengthen her knowledge of ethics, statistics, computer science, and cognitive psychology. Outside of the lab, Tong is a writing tutor and Peer Counselor but most importantly has started a coffee & tea club (“Tee”) where the members consume caffeine ritually.
Lindsey is a junior at Bard hoping to pursue a double-major in Music and Psychology. As a first time researcher, she is very excited to be a part of the Memory Dynamics Lab. Lindsey is intrigued by everything related to psychology and research, and would one day like to explore the relationship between music and the brain. In her free time, Lindsey likes to hike, travel, and play with her kitten.
Zongheng is now a junior in the Bard College Conservatory of Music. He is a double major in music performance and Psychology, concentrating in Mind, Brain, and Behavior. He is interested in cognitive psychology, neuroscience and the relationship between memory reactivation and the body’s stress response. He wants to work more on coding and programming in psychology studies. Now he’s the assistant for the International Students Office and publishing editor for Bard College Chinese Channel.