Liselotte de Wit, M.S., completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with Honors at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands. She continued her studies with a Master’s program in Cognitive Neuropsychology at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. During her Master’s she completed a clinical neuropsychology internship at the University Medical Center Utrecht and a research internship at Rehabilitation Center De Hoogstraat. Liselotte did her Master’s thesis at the Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging and Depression Laboratory of Dr. Vonetta Dotson. She entered the doctorate program in Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida in Fall 2016, where she is pursuing the neuropsychology concentration. Her research interests include aging, mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia, how factors such as exercise and brain training can delay pathological aging and how one can compensate for cognitive decline in MCI. Liselotte is currently focusing on implicit memory in MCI and dementia. Her current main research interest is how implicit memory functioning relates to behavioral treatment efficacy.