Our lab's research is aimed at understanding the biological mechanisms of emotional memory. We are particularly interested in how the brain learnsand stores information about danger.
Our lab focuses on understanding the neurobiology of infant attachment to the caregiver and the impact of attachment quality on cognitive and emotional development in infant rats
My lab and I are interested in how the mammalian brain processes and remembers information. As a model system we focus on rodent (rats and mice) discrimination and memory for odors.
Our lab is focused on the neural circuits and mechanisms important for learning to effectively cope with fear. Pavlovian fear conditioning, fear extinction and instrumental avoidance conditioning are the major animal models studied in our lab.
Our research examines the cognitive neuroscience of emotion, learning and memory. Our primary focus has been to understand how human learning and memory are changed by emotion.
My lab focuses on the identification and characterization of the biological mechanisms that accompany long-term memory formation, storage and retrieval.
My lab's research revolves around the neurobiology of instinctual social interaction, including fear, aggression and mating habits.
Our labís research is aimed at the intersection of social and cognitive psychology. Specifically, we investigate what and how motivations constrain visual perception, social judgment, and decision-making.
Our lab investigates the interrelations among cognition, motivation, and self-regulation in the social context.
We wonít teach you how to act. But we will help you to develop, to expand what you know you already have, and crucially what you donít know you already have.
EBI MEMBERS at Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research
EBI MEMBERS at New York University (Washington Square Campus)†
EBI MEMBERS at New York University (NYU Langone Medical Center)
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