Andrea is a Quantitative Research Analyst Consultant at ILC. She received her Master’s degree in General Psychology from the University of North Florida. Currently, Andrea is working toward her Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology with a minor in Statistics, Methods, and Measurement at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is interested in the relationship between self-efficacy and working memory. Her research examines the positive effects of improving students’ self-efficacy, and how this, in turn, affects memory performance in educational settings. She has collaborated on numerous projects and publications on the topic of memory, specifically various cognitive and social factors that influence memory.
Andrea’s specialties include experimental design and quantitative research. She is skilled at analyzing quantitative data using ANOVA, regression, mediation, and other techniques. Additionally, Andrea has expertise in synthesizing statistical findings into reports that are accessible to both academic and non-academic audiences.