Current Projects

PhD Member



Lisa Boticelli



Daniela Cannizarro



Thomas Chao

Boredom Induced Experiential Discounting in Cocaine Users

This study examines how state of boredom impacts impulsive decision-making in a sample of cocaine users relative to controls. Employing a laboratory boredom induction and real-time temporal discounting measurements, this study aims to contribute clinically-relevant understandings of the mechanisms underlying boredom’s exacerbation of cocaine abuse.

Marty Fagin



Andrew Finkelstein



Marcy Hudson



Samuel Koval



Iryna Kratova



Emily Maple



Anwar Siddiqui



Andrea Singer



Ryan Tellalian

Limited affective resource theory: It is all in your head?

Ego depletion has been shown to have an effect only on those who believe that cognitive resources are finite. These studies investigate whether the same effect holds true with regard to belief in limited affective resources cross-sectionally and by experimental manipulation.

Gillian Wilson






MA Member



Kennedy Daniels



Leila Ghazal



Abraham Goldring



Daniel Hunt



Samantha Jaile



Rebecca Reidy



Alexandra Romano