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Description: We use the OSF to organize and share materials related to our projects and how we do things in our lab. Although some pages are only accessible to lab members right now, we will share all materials related to our publications on this site. Our research focuses on the neural mechanisms that shape social and economic decision making. To examine these issues, we use a combination of behavioral modeling, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and transcranial current stimulation (TCS). Our current work delineates corticostriatal pathways involved in reward processing and uses TCS to manipulate responses to reward. We are also examining how healthy aging and psychopathology impact reward-dependent corticostriatal connectivity.

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