• Bond University, Faculty of Society & Design

    4229 Gold Coast


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Examining the links between aperiodic neural activity, emotion, and cognition.

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Research interests

My research focuses on the neural mechanisms and correlates of emotional, motivational, and cognitive function. My research aims to identify risk factors for mild cognitive decline and emotional dysfunction and ways to reduce their impact.
My current research agenda encompasses three broad areas;
  1. Neural noise/aperiodic neural activity, cognitive function, and healthy aging
  2. Temporally and psychologically discrete aspects of reward processing
  3. Self-regulation and decision-making in emotional contexts

I also collaborate on a wide range of projects, including personality neuroscience, the neuroscience of the self, and meta-science and replication.

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, Master of Science, The University of Auckland

Psychology, Postgraduate Diploma in Science, The University of Auckland

Psychology, Bachelor of Science, The University of Auckland

Psychology, PhD, An investigation into neural indices of reward processing using Event-Related Potentials, University of New South Wales


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