last updated: 7/12/18



Liz Sacchi joined the Psychophysiology Lab in July 2018 after completing her PhD in Cognitive Psychology at Binghamton University. Her dissertation outlined a series of experiments aimed at using ERP methodology to understand how individual differences in reading ability interact with visual representations of orthography, as indicated by the N170 component. Broadly speaking, Liz is also interested in statistical programming in R, where she uses mixed effect regression modeling to understand both behavioral and electrophysiological datasets. When not at work, Liz enjoys exploring the many parks and nature preserves that beautiful upstate New York has to offer. Other hobbies of hers include piano playing, trivia, and board games.