Joshua Teso received his BA in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz. During his undergraduate education Joshua conducted research in various disciplines including cognitive psychology, education, kinesiology, and neuroscience. As a research he is generally interested in investigating cognitive function and dysfunction through the application of psychological and neuroscientific techniques. Joshua is currently pursuing new research opportunities, he plans to attend graduate school in the future.
At ASDRP the Teso research group is interested in exploring the psychology of human behavior and cognition. To assess behavior and cognition multiple disciplinary perspectives are linked including cognitive psychology, criminal psychology, sociology, and public health.