Dr. Debbie Tindell, Professor of Psychology, received her BA degree in psychology from California State University, Chico and her MS and PhD degrees in Cognitive Psychology from Texas A&M University. She teaches courses in Cognition, Research Methods, and Introductory Psychology. Dr. Tindell was a recipient of the Carpenter Outstanding Teaching Award and the President's Award for Excellence in Mentoring at Wilkes. Dr. Tindell’s main research focus deals with human memory, and she is specifically interested in implicit memory and memory blocks. Dr. Tindell has also conducted research on issues related to research design, and the use of cell phones in the college classroom, and is currently working with Dr. Bohlander to test the effects of audio-visual entrainment on cognitive processing. Dr. Tindell serves as the advisor to the Psychology Club.