Tamar Gefen Grashin is a research assistant in the Department of Neurology at Georgetown University Medical Center located in Washington, DC. She currently aids with research pertaining to cognitive neuropsychology and aphasia rehabilitation. Tamar received her B.A from McGill University, where she majored in Religious Studies and minored in Psychology. She is currently the editor-in-chief of Canons: The Religious Studies Undergraduate Journal of Religious Studies at McGill University. Her passion lies in the neuropsychology of religious and spiritual behavior. She plans to pursue a graduate degree in Clinical Neuropsychology in the near future.