Jamie Neiman, B.A.
B.A. -- Washington University in St. Louis, 2013, Psychology, Spanish, and Children's Studies
Jamie graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in Psychology and minors in Spanish and Children's Studies. As an undergraduate, she gained experience working as a research assistant in the Cognitive Control and Psychopathology Lab in WU's Department of Psychology. Working in the CCP Lab allowed her the opportunity to do behavioral and MRI research with both pediatric and adult populations. While working in the CCP lab, Jamie was a recipient of the Undergraduate Research Award. She presented on "Gain and loss processing in healthy children: The relationship between anhedonic symptoms and performance on a probabilistic feedback task" at the Undergraduate Research Symposium in 2012. While at Washington University, Jamie also interned in the Early Emotional Development Program Lab at the WU School of Medicine. Additionally, Jamie worked for the APA as a summer intern, assisting with the DSM-V Field Trials for ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders. Jamie is currently pursuing a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at American University.
- Olulade, O.A., Neiman, J.S., Eden, G.F. (2014). Age-dependent sex-specific differences in the functional neuroanatomy of word processing. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract.