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College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences

Faculty and Staff Profile

Jacqueline Mogle

Associate Professor

Office: 312E Brackett Hall

Phone: 864-656-3929


Educational Background

2012 Syracuse University Ph.D. Experimental Psychology

2006 Syracuse University M.S. Experimental Psychology

2002 State University of New York, College at Brockport B.S. Psychology

Courses Taught

PSYC 3090 Introductory Experimental Psychology


Director of the Assessing Daily Activities and Perceptions with Technology (ADAPT) Lab. Learn more about what I do by checking out my published work below or watch the fun talk I gave at Rowan University.

Research Interests

My primary interests are in daily processes particularly around cognitive functioning. That is, how do we meet daily cognitive demands (e.g., finding our keys, keeping track of our day) and how do we feel when we have trouble meeting these demands. I use daily surveys to ask individuals about their cognitive functioning, affect, and other daily experiences to identify those experiences that may indicate an individual is at greater risk for future functional difficulties.


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Rown University Dean's Distinguished Speaker Talk

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