Anika Guha, B.A.

B.A., Neuroscience, Wellesley College 

I am a second year graduate student in clinical psychology. My primary interests lie in mechanisms of cognition and emotion regulation in affective and psychotic disorders. During my graduate career, I hope to combine psychophysiological, cognitive, and behavioral measures to inform our understanding of the dysfunction that plays a role in vulnerability to and maintenance of psychopathology. I am currently examining how hyperactivity in Broca’s area moderates top-down control in depression and anxiety using functional connectivity analysis.

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