Elijah A. Farrar

Elijah Farrar is a research assistant in the Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research at Kessler Foundation. He graduated from William Patterson University of New Jersey where he studied psychology with a minor in biology. As an undergraduate, Elijah worked in two research labs: A social psychology lab run by Dr. So Yon Rim assessing the effects of psychological distance, and a cognition and decision-making lab run by Dr. David Freestone assessing optimal timing intervals in mice and rats.

Cognitive Psychology
Social Psychology
BA - Psychology, William Paterson University of New Jersey
Research Interests

Elijah Farrar is involved in several research interventions including strategy-based training to enhance memory (STEM) for individuals with traumatic brain injury and multiple sclerosis (MS) and the effects of exercise training on cognition and the brain (EXACT) for individuals with MS.

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