Welcome to the Cognitive Neuroscience of Affect, Memories, and Stress (CAMS) Lab!
We study why we remember certain parts of our experiences, how stress and affect change different memories, and how what we remember guides our behavior.
We are committed to creating an inclusive, thoughtful, rewarding, and intellectually stimulating environment to conduct our research.
We are actively recruiting participants for behavioral and brain imaging experiments in the laboratory. If you are interested in participating, please send an email or complete the form.
Join the lab
In joining the lab, all members agree to promote and uphold the following values:
- We are committed to creating an inclusive, thoughtful, rewarding, and intellectually stimulating environment to conduct our research.
- We are mindful of each other’s individual experiences, interests, and challenges in order to support each other and work together.
- We value everyone’s perspectives and expect members of the lab, in all roles, to be engaged with the questions we are asking.
- We seek to both make psychological discoveries that uncover fundamental truths about the human mind and gain insights that can be used to reduce human suffering.
- We strive to be rigorous, open, curious, and reflective.
- We have zero tolerance for racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, or any other form of bigotry or discrimination.