Psycholinguistics and memory, general cognitive:

  • Principal Investigator. Measuring the Lexicon: Computational Approaches to Quantifying Similarity Among Cognitive Representations. Psychonomic Society Estes Grants. (2019, submitted). $19,000.00
  • Co-Principal Investigator. To see or not to see: Perceptual learning in organic chemistry. National Science Foundation (2015, submitted). $980,730.00
  • Principal Investigator. Using Language to Understand Congressional Voting Behaviors. National Science Foundation (2014, submitted). $176,098.
  • Principal Investigator. Studying Semantic Memory of Intelligent Design Systems. IBM’s Watson Group. (2014). Applied for access to database.
  • Principal Investigator. Counting tweets: How social media word frequency enhances our understanding of cognition. Twitter Grant Competition. (2014, submitted). Applied for access to database.
  • Principal Investigator. Memory as a Complex System: Creating Online, Dynamic Semantic Memory Models. James S. McDonnell Foundation Scholar Award in Complex Systems. (2014, submitted). $450,000.
  • Principal Investigator. Online course development grant. Online course development stipend. Missouri State University Provost’s Office. (1/1/14-5/15/14). $2,400.
  • Principal Investigator. Graduate Recruitment Grant. Missouri State University Graduate College. (1/1/14-12/15/14). $1,800.
  • Principal Investigator. EXP: Supplemental Instruction: Bridging Technology and Student Academic Success Programs. National Science Foundation (2012, submitted). $526,809.
  • Principal Investigator. We Are All Biased. Fixing Judgments of Associative Memory. Missouri State University Graduate College’s Summer Research Stipend. (6/1/2012-8-15-2012). $6000.
  • Principal Investigator. Investigating Effective Supplemental Instruction to Improve Student Success. Missouri State University’s Dean’s Summer Research Stipend. (5/31/2011-9/1/2011). $6000.
  • Principal Investigator. Cheating at Scrabble: An Online Database of Word Information. Missouri State University’s Faculty Research Grant. (1/2011-1/2012). $7095.
  • Principal Investigator: Understanding Language Learning in the Brain: Using EEG Brain Computer Interface to Improve Development. Honda Initiative (2009, submitted).

Applied Statistics:

  • Principal Investigator. Amazon Response Grants for Non-Profits (in partnership with the Psychological Science Accelerator). (04/01/2020-09/01/2020). $1200.
  • Principal Investigator. Validation of the Functional Assessment of Migraine Scale (FAMS). National Headache Foundation (2020, submitted - DELAYED DUE TO COVID). $64,016.00.
  • Statistician. The Impact of Migraine on Women in the Workforce. National Headache Foundation (06/01/2020-12/01/2020). $5,000.
  • Statistician. Trajectories of psychological functioning and pandemic preparedness for students quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic. National Hazards Center Quick Response Research Grant Program. (06/01/2020-12/01/2020). $3,240.
  • Principal Investigator. Creating Enhanced Shared Decision Making through a Migraine Tracking Application. Presidential Research Grant at Harrisburg University. (01/01/2020-01/01/2021). $19,180.
  • Principal Investigator. Development of a Headache Meaningful Response Measure Using a Patient Guided Approach. National Headache Foundation (04/01/2018-04/01/2019). $99,592.
  • Statistician. Utilization of adaptive patient-centered electronic behavioral feedback intervention for the prevention of transformation from episodic to chronic migraine. Pragmatic Clinical Studies funded by the PCORI Foundation. (2014, submitted). $2,000,000.
  • Statistician. Meaning and Purpose in Life as it Relates to Suicidality in Adult Inpatients with Serious Mental Illness. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. (2013, submitted). $30,000.
  • Statistician. Predictors of Subjective Well-being Among Survivors of the Armed Conflict in Colombia: a Positive Psychology View. Psychology Beyond Borders. (2013, submitted). $8,156.38.
  • Principal Investigator. Visualizing Statistics: Developing Interactive Tools to Improve Statistics and Research Learning Outcomes. Faculty Teaching and Learning Center Curriculum Grant. (1/1/14-8/15/14). $4,500.
  • Principal Investigator. Using Item Response Theory to Explore Scale Psychometrics. Missouri State University’s Faculty Research Grant. (1/1/14-12/31/14). $2,040.
  • Principal Investigator. A solution to the file drawer problem: Alternative analyses to null hypothesis testing. National Science Foundation (2013, submitted). Up to $1,000,000.
  • Principal Investigator. Luella Stuck Cline resources award for textbook purchase. Missouri State University Library Funding. (2012, submitted). $366.
  • Co-Principal Investigator: II-NEW: An Infrastructure for Distributed Research on Neurophysiology and Brain-Computer Interface. National Science Foundation (2010, resubmitted).