- Ph.D. candidate at the University of North Texas
- B.S. Psychology from the University of North Texas
- Research on the neurophysiology of movement
- Research on the inhibitory control and nicotine addiction
- Research on architectural design and mental wellness
- Research on rodent models of schizophrenia
- Research on cognitive benefits of musical training
- Research on hypersexual behavior and depression
- Science writer for Lux Red Light Therapy
- Experimental design
- Data analysis
- Grant writing
- Science writing for a scientific and general audience
- Schultz, K., Hook, J.N., Davis, D., Penberthy, J. & Reid, R. (2014) Nonparaphilic Hypersexual Behavior and Depressive Symptoms: A Meta-Analytic Review of the Literature, Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 40:6, 477-487.
- Zick, J. L., Crowe, D. A., Blackman, R. K., Schultz, K., Bergstrand, D. W., DeNicola, A. L., ... & Chafee, M. V. (2022). Disparate insults relevant to schizophrenia converge on impaired spike synchrony and weaker synaptic interactions in prefrontal local circuits. Current Biology, 32(1), 14-25.
- Schultz, K. E., Denning, D., Hufnagel, V., & Swann, N. (2021). Stopping a continuous movement: A novel approach to investigating motor control. BioRxiv.
- Schultz, K., Mantell, B., Berkman, E., & Swann, N. (2021). Prepared and Reactive Inhibition in Smokers and Non-smokers.