I am a PhD Candidate in Psychology and Public Scholar at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.

My main research interest is decision-making strategies and cognitive control changes across the lifespan . I’m currently involved in projects examining the neural mechanism supporting the shift towards model-free decision-making in older adults and changes in metacontrol across the lifespan.

I am also the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Concordia’s Journal of Accessible Psychology and Liaison for Concordia’s Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience.

During my free time, I enjoy practicing yoga, painting and playing Magic: The Gathering.

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  • Decision-making Strategies
  • Cognitive Control/ Meta-control
  • Lifespan Cognitive Development
  • Science Communication
  • PhD in Experimental Psychology, 2018-present

    Concordia University

  • Masters in Experimental Psychology, 2016-2018

    Concordia University

  • BA in Psychology, 2012-2016

    McGill University