John DesGeorges is an NMSU Discovery Scholar working on his undergraduate degree in psychology. John is working with Dr. Michael Hout. His current research through the DS program is related priming and the internet. His interests in psychology include priming, memory, sense of agency, decision making, and computer-related cognition and behavior. In addition to psychology, John also has interests in biology and ethics, and was part of a debate team that represented NMSU at the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference in 2016. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his son, Errol. They like to explore the outdoors, play music, read books, construct puzzles, build with legos and Lincoln logs, go to museums, and listen to records (amongst other things). John hopes to attend graduate school to further his studies in experimental psychology.
Here, you see John presenting his poster at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium (URCAS) at NMSU.