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Social Cognitive Neuroscience Lab
Department of Psychology, UCLA
1285 Franz Hall, Box 951563
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1563


I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Princeton Social Neuroscience lab. I draw from a variety of methodologies, including neuroimaging, behavioral training, and neuropharmacology, to understand how we process and learn from our social experiences. I try to answer questions like: How do we manage multiple pieces of social cognitive information on the fly? How might brief periods of rest facilitate our sociality? How does thinking about what other people are thinking end up amplifying our own affective responses?