Nathan Bartlett
  • Graduate Student
  • Area: Comparative Cognition and Behaviour
  • Supervisor: Peter Hurd
  • Office: BS-P541
  • Phone: 780-492-7872
  • Email:
Teaching Assistantships
  • Psyco 104 - Basic Psychological Processes
Research Interests
  • My research focuses on genetic contributions to characteristics including aggression, brain lateralization, gender, and levels of fantastical thinking. From a broad perspective, I enjoy investigating human behaviour through multidisciplinary methods (such as physiological correlates) as a way to further substantiate findings.
Selected Publications
  • Alston, L.L., Kratchmer, C., Jeznach, A., Bartlett, N.T., Davidson, P.S.R., Fujiwara, E. (2013). Self-serving episodic memory biases: Findings in the repressive coping style. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience,7, 117. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00117