Bachelor of Arts, Neuroscience – Wellesley College.
I assist Matt Silver and Evan Antzoulatos with their projects on abstract exemplar categorization and spatial categorization. I set up daily behavioral trainings, and assist with data analysis. I also help with general lab tasks.
During my senior year at Wellesley, I completed an honors thesis investigating the real-world correlates of more precise smooth pursuit eye movements in humans. I found that study participants who played sports had significantly better smooth pursuit precision than those who did not play sports. Additionally, participants who watched live sports (rather than sports on television) had significantly better smooth pursuit precision than those who did not watch live sports.