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"After receiving a B.S. degree in Medical Technology in 1985 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I worked as a medical technologist in a variety of hospital laboratories. I served as a laboratory supervisor in the Clinical Chemistry Laboratory at Duke University Medical Center and in the Family Practice Center at The Ohio State University. For 14 years I was an instructor within the Medical Laboratory Technology program at Wake Technical Community College.

"Upon deciding to broaden my educational experience beyond medical technology, I enrolled in the Liberal Studies Program at North Carolina State University and obtained an M.A. degree in 2005.

"After completing that degree, I resigned from my community college teaching position to pursue graduate education in psychology, with a concentration in developmental psychology. My master's thesis examined individual differences in physiological responsivity to a cognitive challenge, and my doctoral dissertation investigated the effect of orally administered glucose upon the associative memory deficit in non-diabetic older adults. I earned the Ph.D. in Psychology at North Carolina State University in 2012.

"I currently enjoy teaching a variety of psychology courses in the Department of Natural and Life Sciences at St. Andrews University and hope to develop an undergraduate program in psychology research within that department."

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