Carolyn Kroger

Carolyn Kroger, (“Carrie”), is in the final year of her PhD in the Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience program in the MSU Psychology Department. She received a B.A. in Psychology in 2015 from the University of Arkansas. She worked in the University of Arkansas Music Cognition Lab from 2014-2016, where she conducted research with Dr. Elizabeth Margulis on the role of verbal descriptions in music listening experiences. She received an M.A. in Psychology from MSU in 2019 conducting research with Dr. Devin McAuley on temporal and dynamic features in bimanual and interpersonal motor synchronization. Her dissertation research examines the role of spatial dynamics in movement timing. She will be starting a postdoc position working with Dr. Anahita Mehta at the University of Michigan Kresge Hearing Research Institute next year.”