Jacqueline Mogle's research focuses on promoting health and well-being in older adults and identifying early indicators of changes in psychological and cognitive health associated with normative and non-normative aging. Her current projects examine psychological and behavioral risk factors associated with the development of early cognitive decline. These projects are designed to uncover early intervention targets for older adults prior to precipitous declines in everyday cognitive functioning. A second line of research involves assessing performance-based and self-reported cognition at the daily level using daily diaries. Using innovative methodological techniques, her ultimate goal is the development of measurement tools that will allow providers to direct older adults to tailored interventions that are the best fit based on the unique risk profile of the individual.
Changes in psyclogical and cognitive health; Psychological and behavioral risk factors; Assessing perfrmance-based and self-reported cognition
- Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Syracuse University, 2011. Dissertation: Development of a daily diary method for the assessment of everyday cognitive failures.
- M.S., Experimental Psychology, Syracuse University, 2006. Thesis: Cognitive research over the internet: A validation of performance-based measures.
- B.A., Psychology, State University of New York, College at Brockport, 2002