Kateri Noble is the lab manager of the Life-span Development Lab. She received her BA in Psychology from The Catholic University of America, where she worked as a research assistant in both the Cognitive Aging Lab and the Anxiety, Mindfulness, and Psychotherapy Integration Research Lab. During this time she explored a variety of research areas, including age differences in implicit learning and decision making, as well as the influence of cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based approaches on positive and negative affect in adults. She has also worked as a research assistant at the Washington DC VA Medical Center. She is interested in the neurocognitive underpinnings and clinical applications of behavior, emotion, and overall cognition in older adults, as well as the effects of clinical disorders (e.g., Mild Cognitive Impairment) on these and other processes.
Current Role at Stanford
Kateri Noble is the lab manager of the Life-span Development Lab in the Department of Psychology.
Education & Certifications
B.A., The Catholic University of America (2016)