Joey Ka-Yee Essoe, B.A.
|Psychology (Behavioural Neuroscience)||University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA|
Area:Executive Control, Learning, Memory, Ageing, Lifespan Cognitive Changes
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Joey, a lover of Irish whiskey, kittens, and Deuteronomy, was born and raised in Hong Kong under English rule. After completing the infamous HKCEE, she moved to San Francisco as she longed to be in a society tolerant of quirky and independent women. She has been interested in science and cognition since childhood, and had never envisioned anything but a life in research and academia. The fact that academia is the natural home for other quirky and independent people was a gratifying surprise.
Joey’s research interest lies (be ready for a very long sentence) in the intricate relationships between cognitive strategy/control, learning, and memory, their neural underpinnings, how they changes across lifespan, and factors that affect them (especially sleep quality). With such board interests, she works ceaselessly to learn to collaborate well, cultivate board interests while maintaining focus and productivity.
Mean distance: 15.21 (cluster 23)
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|Linda Juang||research assistant||2001-2001||San Francisco State|
|Mark Warren Geisler||research assistant||2001-2010||San Francisco State|
|Michael T. Rubens||research assistant||2010-2011||UCSF|
|Adam Gazzaley||research assistant||2010-2012||UCSF|
|Joaquin Angeura||research assistant||2011-2012||UCSF|
|Jesse Rissman||grad student||2012-||UCLA|
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|Essoe JK, Reggente N, Ohno AA, et al. (2022) Enhancing learning and retention with distinctive virtual reality environments and mental context reinstatement. Npj Science of Learning. 7: 31|
|Reggente N, Essoe JK, Aghajan ZM, et al. (2018) Enhancing the Ecological Validity of fMRI Memory Research Using Virtual Reality. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 408|