I'm a graduate student in the Egner lab within the Cognitive Neuroscience P&N subarea. I'm interested in how learning and memory interact and work hand-in-hand with control processes to guide adaptive behavior. For my first-year project, I plan to investigate stimulus-control transfer learning (i.e., how control states - or states of high attentional focus - are associated with particular stimuli and are then transferred to other related stimuli) using various methodologies (behavioral, modeling, fMRI, TMS).
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