Sarah Reaves is the research operations coordinator for the Center for Educational Informatics. She holds a B.S. in Psychology with an emphasis in Cognitive Science from MIssissippi State University and an M.S. in Psychology with a concentration in Cognition and Brain Science from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Prior to joining CEI, Sarah served as Research Coordinator for a nation-wide longitudinal study on adolescent brain development, particularly in the context of substance abuse. She also contributed to a second nation-wide longitudinal study, which followed young adults and monitored brain development in the context of various drug habits and other environmental and socioeconomic variables. She has broad interests in cognitive research including memory, metamemory, attention, cognitive alterations due to alcohol and drug use, aging, and brain development, broadly.