Gloria Han

Psychology


Gloria Han was involved in the Music Cognition Lab during her time as a Clinical Psychology PhD student at Vanderbilt University. With her primary advisor, Dr. Andrew Tomarken, her research focused on count data modeling and best practices for addressing count (discrete) data in clinical psychology research. Gloria also studied autism spectrum disorder (ASD), specifically understanding socio-emotional development and the unique affective and social experience of individuals with ASD. Gloria became involved with the Music Cognition Lab to contribute to the language and clinical assessment process for the Rhythm and Grammar Study. She also shares Dr. Gordon’s enthusiasm for understanding music and the brain. As a Nashville transplant, Gloria enjoys indulging in the Nashville music scene. Her musical background consists of numerous years of playing classical piano and violin.