Jose studies individual differences in creativity and how to support creative ability across the lifespan; sleep and changes in neural activation that lead to cognitive decline; and the use of technology to improve quality of life for those suffering from dementias.
- Graduate Student
- B.S. Neuroscience, Baylor University, 2019
Jose's research interests include: studying individual differences in creativity and how we can support development and maintenance of creative ability across the lifespan; how sleep and changes in neural activation that lead to cognitive decline as we age impacts quality of life; and how we can use emerging technologies as interventions to improve quality of life for people suffering from dementias.
Awards and honors:
- 2021: Robert W. Graham Endowed Graduate Fellowship
Fillmore, P., Gao, C., Diaz, J., & Scullin, M. K. (2021). The Prospective Sleeping Brain: Age-Related Differences in Episodic Future Thinking and Frontal Sleep Spindles. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 33(7), 1287–1294. https://doi.org/10.1162/jocn_a_01716