Natasha G. earned her Master of Science in Experimental Psychology from Old Dominion University. Her research and academic interests are in the areas of behavioral neuroscience, quantitative psychology and neuropsychology. She has performed research regarding marine neurotoxins and alcoholism, and presented her research at local and regional conferences, in the form of oral presentations and posters (which she designed and formatted). Natasha has also worked as a Teaching Assistant for on-campus and distance learning courses. Participating in courses formatted as two-way interactive sessions and completely web-based instruction, as both a student and professional, has given her a beneficial perspective on instructional design and adult education.
In 2010, she began her career as a professional writer, and has written hundreds of articles for clients, on various subjects. Her areas of expertise include: higher education, psychology, health, medicine and crafts. She especially enjoys writing about highly specialized topics such as graduate study, mental health, psychopharmacology, autoimmune diseases, stroke, traumatic brain injury, crochet and do-it-yourself projects. In addition to writing and editing, she provides clients with basic SEO and HTML services.
Natasha continues to educate herself on various aspects of professional writing to broaden her range of services for future clients. The skills she has developed as a researcher have assisted her with both professional writing and finding quality reference material. She knows scientific methodology and has spent many days working in a laboratory with animal subjects. In the future, she hopes to expand her services and utilize her skills in quantitative and research methods to offer consulting services to interested clients, such as experimental and quasi-experimental study design, psychometrics, data analysis and APA formatting.