Research

I investigate the cognitive and neural mechanisms that support our ability to retrieve memories for naturalistic events, including autobiographical experiences from our personal past. I am particularly interested in understanding how retrieval can provide an opportunity to edit memories—updating, enhancing, and sometimes distorting our memories.

My research combines behavioral, patient-based and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) approaches in young and older adults, and uses novel paradigms and camera technologies that allow for investigations of memory in real-world environments- thus, maintaining the ecological validity of memories whilst exerting control over their properties.

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Memory for Events Lab Website

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