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Behavioral and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Studies of Emotion and Cognition



This study investigates how emotion, cognition, and motivation  interact in healthy neurotypical adult brains. This past year we have focused on the imaging study that investigates decision-making processes in the presence of both threat and reward to recreate real-life complexity. The objective of this is to research the neural circuits involved in escaping threats and those supporting aversive and appetitive interaction during dynamic threat and reward processing.  For more information or to volunteer for this study, email


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