Bettina Bustos Bettina Bustos


I am currently a Ph.D student in Jiefeng Jiang's Lab for Adaptive Behavior in the Dept of Psychological and Brain Sciences at UIowa. Here, I am a member of the Behavioral-Biomedical Training program and the C3 (Cognitive Control Collaborative). Broadly, I study learning and memory, and how costs for control guide adaptive behavior and information storage through behavioral experiments, neuroimaging and computational modeling.

Previously, I was a lab manager at Wouter Kool's Control and Decision-Making Lab at WashU.

Before that, I worked on a longitudinal aging study at the University of Pittburgh, and before that I studied Psychology at UT Austin with an emphasis in Cognitive Neuroscience, and worked as an RA in Jarrod Lewis-Peacock's Lab.

See the Other page for links to resources I've enjoyed and benefited from.