Certificates: Quantitative and Computational Neuroscience, French
Study abroad experience: Princeton in France in Giverny, summer 2011
Favorite Courses: HUM 205 (Classical Roots of Western Literature), ISC 235/236 (Integrated Science), FRE215 (French Today, Culture and Politics), JDS338 (The Arab-Israeli Conflict), CHV310 (Practical Ethics), WWS336 (Inequalities), PSY402 (Introduction to Clinical Neuropsychology)
I'm a senior in the psychology department with a focus on cognitive neuroscience and a passion for French. My research interests include the neuropsychological basis of decision making as well as functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis methodology. To pursue these interests, I work in the Neuroscience of Cognitive Control lab with Professor Jon Cohen. This summer I spent much of my time in lab, continuing work on the project that will become my thesis. I'm also the co-president of the University Press Club, which is why I can often be seen running around Princeton with a notepad, a tutor through the Petey Greene Prisoner Assistance program, and a member of the steering committee for the Peer Health Advisors. Feel free to ask me any questions about the sciences at Princeton, Princeton's psychology department, Integrated Science, eating club membership, campus food culture and eating concerns, or general campus life. I can't wait to meet you all!
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