Connor Diemand-Yauman

Connor is a senior in the Psychology department and is currently working on his thesis with Professor Oppenheimer on disfluency, a metacognitive cue that relates to the subjective difficulty of a cognitive task. Connor and Danny hope to test the beneficial effects of disfluency in real classroom environments.

In his spare time, Connor enjoys Nassooning, reading the Prince, and mercilessly beating Danny in volleyball and ruining his classroom demonstrations. Once upon a time, Danny gave Connor the most satisfying and delicious bag of M&M's he had ever eaten.

Contact info: cdiemand [at] princeton [dot] edu