Dr. Jennifer Roche is a cognitive psychologist and associate professor of speech pathology and audiology and learning sciences. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2004), a Master’s of Arts in Cognitive Psychology at James Madison University (2007) and a PhD at the University of Memphis in Cognitive Psychology with a focus on language and communication (2011) and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Center for Language Sciences at the University of Rochester (2011-2014). Dr. Roche’s research interest focus on communication and learning in a social context, using eye-tracking, computer mouse-tracking, acoustic speech perception and production, and interactive dialogue methodology. She is currently the director of the MADI (miscommunication and dialogue interaction lab) and is currently accepting doctoral students.
Dr. Jennifer Roche's Curriculum Vitae
Florence Summer Institute - SPA 44089/EPSY 5/70093 Cognition of Conversation, Miscommunication, & Learning (schedule a meeting with me to discuss the details, click on the link)