Forrest Rogers

Ph.D. Student, Biological Psychology; Minor, Quantitative Psychology, UC Davis

Education:
M.A., Psychology, UC Davis
B.S., Biological Science (College & Departmental Honors), Oklahoma State University
B.A., French, Oklahoma State University

Forrest Rogers is a PhD student in the Psychology Graduate Group at UC Davis. In addition to his training with Dr. Bales, Forrest is a trainee in the Bay Area Affective Science Training Program (NIH-T32). Forrest works with prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster) to study how early-life experiences in the context of the family shape affective and bio-behavioral development. He is also particularly interested in methods of longitudinal data analysis.

(e) fdrogers@ucdavis.edu