Cheryl received her PhD in cognitive psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2008. Her previous research focused on individual differences in spatial cognition. She created and established the validity of a novel spatial visualization measure, the Santa Barbara Solids Test (SBST). To obtain the answer key, email Cheryl directly.
Cheryl is investigating new research topics in cognition, including interventions to discourage the dissemination of misinformation in social media.
Additionally, Cheryl enjoys writing about other areas of science, including oncology research. Her hobbies include listening to and playing music, drawing and painting (including the self-portrait here), photography, sewing and good conversation.