Hanna Hausman, B.A.
B.A., Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Graduate Student, Woods Lab
Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory
Department of Clinical and Health Psychology
College of Public Health and Health Professions
University of Florida
Hanna Hausman is a doctoral student at the University of Florida in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology under the mentorship of Dr. Adam Woods. She graduated summa cum laude from Texas A&M University’s Honors College with a B.A. in Psychology Honors and a minor in Neuroscience. Hanna’s research interests are characterizing interindividual differences in cognitive aging and utilizing non-invasive brain stimulation techniques (i.e. tDCS) for combatting cognitive decline in older adults. Her projects in the lab will involve assessing the efficacy of tDCS intervention in preserving fronto-parietal control network functional connectivity in healthy older adults.
Publications & Presentations
Hausman, HK, Jackson, TB, Goen, JRM, Bernard, JA. From Synchrony to Asynchrony: Cerebellar-Basal Ganglia Functional Circuits in Young and Older Adults. Manuscript submitted for publication April 2018.
Bernard, JA, Nguyen, A, Hausman, HK, Goen, JRM, Maldonado, T. (In Preparation). Age differences in cerebellar activation support HAROLD subcortically: Evidence from ALE meta-analysis.
Hausman, HK, Jackson, TB, Bernard, JA. Age-Related Declines in Cerebellar-Basal Ganglia Functional Circuits: Implications for Cognitive and Motor Function in Older Adulthood. The 25th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston MA, March 2018.
Association of Neuropsychology Students & Trainees (ANST)
Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society
Psi Chi National Honor Society
Honors & Awards
University of Florida Graduate School Funding Award (2018-2022)
Undergraduate Representative for Psychology Department Review (2017)
Texas A&M Global Opportunity Fund Scholarship (2016)
Texas A&M President’s Endowed Scholarship (2014-2017)
Liberal Arts College and Psychology Honor Student (2014-2017)