Nicole Calma-Roddin is an assistant professor in the Behavioral Sciences department. In general, her work attempts to address questions about how syntactically structured information is integrated into a context or memory. Specifically, her work has focused on the areas of language processing and music cognition.

Calma-Roddin received her Ph.D. in cognitive science and a certificate in cognitive neuroscience at Stony Brook University in 2019. She received her M.A. in psychology at Stony Brook University in 2014 and her B.A. in linguistics, with a minor in music, in 2011. She also holds a Professional Certificate in Ear Training and Harmony from Berklee College of Music.

Courses Taught at NYIT

  • PSYC 210: Statistical Analysis
  • PSYC 410: Physiological Bases of Behavior

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