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    Chenxin Yu, M.S.

    Chenxin joined the CALM lab in Fall 2021. Chenxin earned a B.A. and M.S. from California State University, Los Angeles, where he studied memory distortion due to the misinformation effect. In general, Chenxin is interested in metacognition, memory errors that could occur in the legal and educational settings, metamemory, and prospective (person) memory. Chenxin's goal is to become a research professor upon graduating with my doctoral degree. He aims to develop stronger quantitative and teaching skills through his doctoral training.

    Blake Nesmith, M.A.

    Blake joined the CALM Lab in Fall 2020. Blake completed a B.A. in Forensic Science and a M.A. in Forensic Psychology at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). Broadly, Blake's research interests are in psychology and law, and how psychology can be used to inform policy and practice. Blake is interested in prospective person memory, face recognition, memory errors, visual search, and attention. Blake's goal is to develop and refine quantitative and research skills for pursuing a career in industry. Prior to joining the CALM Lab, Blake worked in the aviation industry as a human factors researcher.