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Our emotions color our experiences in ways that are shifting, fluid, and context dependent. In my research, I study how, when, and why our momentary feelings can shape fundamental processes like sensory perception, social functioning, and physical health.
I am a research fellow in Health Psychology at UC San Francisco. My training is in affective science and is informed by social psychology, cognitive science, developmental psychology, and neuroanatomy. I study individuals and dyads using multiple methods (including behavioral, dyadic, and psychophysiological) and statistical approaches (including meta-analysis, multi-level modeling, and pattern classification).