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PhD Students

Christine Chesebrough


Christine is a doctoral student in the Applied Cognitive and Brain Sciences program at Drexel University. Her primary research interests center around the cognitive and motivational mechanisms of creativity and learning. In particular, she is interested in relational and analogical reasoning as well as the reward mechanisms that may promote conceptual learning and creative behavior. Prior to joining the ACBS program, Christine earned her BA in Cognitive Science from Johns Hopkins University and her MA in Cognitive Science in Education from Columbia University Teacher’s College. Outside of the lab, Christine loves live music, exploring art and history museums, and charcuterie.  

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