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I am a Ph.D. student in the Cognition, Brain, and Behavior program in the Psychology Department. I am interested in how individual variability in brain structure and function relates to emotional experiences and the risk for developing psychopathology. Specifically, I am interested in the relationship between behavioral and neurobiological measures of emotional reactivity and their interaction with social functioning. To study this, I use behavioral and multimodal neuroimaging techniques including structural MRI, BOLD fMRI, resting-state functional connectivity, and arterial spin labeling MRI.

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