Psychology Office: 455F Baker Hall
Psychology Phone: 412-268-8117
Advisor: Marcel Just
My research aims are to characterize in a fine-grained manner how and where semantic knowledge is neurally represented in the adult human brain, and also to illuminate how a new neural knowledge representation emerges and changes as a new concept is being learned.
Methodologically, I use functional neuroimaging (principally MRI but also MEG) together with multi-voxel pattern analyses (e.g. pattern classification and RSA) and functional connectivity analyses. Additionally, I am interested in potential applications of my research to education and instructional design. I received a bachelor's degree from Kenyon College with majors in neuroscience and psychology.
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