Cindy Nebel (formerly Cindy Wooldridge) is an Assistant Professor at Washburn University. She became a Learning Scientist Collaborator in 2016.As a Learning Scientist collaborator, she writes a monthly blog and monthly digest, answers submitted questions, and oversees the Washburn science of learning intervention research project onsite.
Cindy received her PhD in Experimental Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and worked for 3 years as the Assistant Chair of Psychology at Lindenwood University. Cindy has broad interests in human learning and memory and applying cognitive concepts to improve education. Her research program is designed to answer questions such as: How can retrieval practice be designed in a way that is efficient for instructors? What factors affect the types of strategies students use when studying? And, do different learning strategies provide more benefits for certain types of learners? In her spare time, Cindy enjoys reading young adult fiction, swing dancing, hiking, and trying new and interesting craft beers. -- @PsyDocCindy