Research

I am a graduate student in the Cognitive Science Ph.D. program at Brown University. I'm interested in executive function, cognitive control of memory, and the prefrontal cortex. Currently, I am studying the role that striatum plays in the cognitive control of declarative memory, with a focus on frontal-striatal interactions. Ongoing projects in the Badre Lab are investigating how striatal signals contribute to mnemonic control processes such as the development of memory retrieval strategies and the adjustment of recognition memory decision criteria.

I also do some work on visual cognition and attention in collaboration with Steve Franconeri at Northwestern University. For more info about our multiple object tracking research, visit here.