Brynn is a graduate student in the psychology department, where she works primarily with Nick Turk-Browne. Brynn is interested in how we extract regularities from our environment (via statistical learning), and how such learning shapes the way in which we remember those experiences (via episodic memory). In the CAMS lab, Brynn is examining how acute stress differentially influences statistical learning and episodic memory. Before Yale, Brynn was an undergraduate and subsequently a lab manager at NYU, where she worked in Lila Davachi's lab and studied how we perceive and remember time.
Education & Training
- BSNew York University, Neural Science (2016)