Kaleisha Condello

I have joined the Forensic and Clinical Cognition Lab this year to complete my Honours thesis. Throughout my undergraduate degree, I developed a keen interest in the lab’s general areas of research, with a particular fascination for anything memory-related. As such, my Honours thesis aims to explore the relationship between stress and prospective memory (i.e., memory for planned future intentions). In my study, prospective memory performance will be measured using a Modified-Actual Week Paradigm, to increase ecological validity. Outside of my university studies, I enjoy reading, going to the gym, travelling, and spending time with my two kitties.