Before joining the Lab in July of 2016, Andes designed and conducted research on improving memory in older adults at the University of Missouri’s Memory and Cognitive Aging Lab. Also, through Mizzou’s Anthropology department, Andes investigated the hunting behavior of barn owls by examining the regurgitated hip bones of their prey.
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Missouri-Columbia, Psychology and Anthropology
- Phi Beta Kappa Society, member
Lyman, R. L., Daskalakis-Perez, A. E., Daskalakis-Perez, A. B., & Daskalakis-Perez, E. A. (2016). Sex ratio of rodents as barn owl (Tyto alba) prey. American Midland Naturalist. 176(1), 152-157.
Daskalakis-Perez, A. E., Peterson, D. J., & Naveh-Benjamin, M. (2016, May). Differential Effects of Perceptual and Conceptual Support on Older Adults’ Item and Associative Memory. Poster presented at the 88th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.