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Cole Green

MS Student

Biography

Cole Green is a first-year MS en route to PhD student from Brentwood, Tennessee. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Tennessee. His research interests revolve around children of incarcerated parents and factors of resilience that protect them from adverse outcomes. He is currently working with Dr. Elizabeth Johnson in the Well-Being in Adolescents and Emerging Adults lab.


Education

Curriculum Vitae

December 2019 - The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Bachelor of Arts

  • Major: Psychology
  • Minor: Child and Family Studies


Awards and Recognitions

  • Chancellor’s Citation in Professional Promise

Publications

  • Roth, K.C., Chollman, W.J., Green, E.C., Smith, R.L., Mancilla, C.E., & Reynolds, G.D. (October 2019). Neural correlates of subordinate-level categorization of other-race faces in infancy. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, Chicago, IL.
  • Roth, K.C., Grimes, E.K., Chollman, W.J., Shearon, J., Pryor, C., Green, E.C., & Reynolds, G.D. (May 2019). The impact of race and affect on infant visual attention to faces. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL. 
  • Green, E.C., Shearon, J.E., Smith, R.L., Roth, K.C., Chollman, W.J., & Reynolds, G.D. (April 2019). The effects of static and dynamic visual stimuli on speech preference in infancy. Poster presented at the UT Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA), Knoxville, TN.
  • Shearon, J.E., Smith, R.L., Green, E.C., Roth, K.C., Chollman, W.J., & Reynolds, G.D. (March 2019). The effects of static and dynamic visual stimuli on speech preference in infancy. Poster presented at the Women in STEM Research Symposium, Knoxville, TN.

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