I am currently a lab manager at Wouter Kool's Control and Decision-Making Lab.
Previously I studied Psychology at UT Austin with an emphasis in Cognitive Neuroscience. My main interests meet at the intersection of executive function and memory for flexible goal-directed behavior, specifically, when, how and why certain control strategies are nominated over others and subsequently implemented. Currently, I am examining how the adaptive re-use of control strategies depends on a balance between the cost of learning and integrating new information with the cost of resculpting prior knowledge to meet present demands.
See the Other page for links to resources I've enjoyed and benefited from.