Olga Lositsky

I am a graduate student at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, working in Ken Norman's computational memory lab and Jonathan Cohen's neuroscience of cognitive control lab.

My PhD research involves using computational modeling, behavioral and fMRI experiments to study human decision-making and long-term memory.

In my spare time, I enjoy reading about philosophy and meditation, going on nature walks, learning about environmental protection, practicing foreign languages, and learning to play piano.
The Research and Personal Interests sections are currently under construction. For now, an abridged version of my CV can be found here.