Olga Lositsky

I am currently a postdoc in Jonathan Cohen's neuroscience of cognitive control lab at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute.

My research uses computational modeling, behavioral and fMRI experiments to study human decision-making, learning and memory.

Previously, I was a postdoc in David Badre's cognitive control of memory and action lab at Brown University and a graduate student in Ken Norman's computational memory lab at Princeton.

I have also collaborated with Matt Nassar's Learning, Memory & Decision Lab at Brown University and Robert Wilson's Neuroscience of Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making lab at the University of Arizona.

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.