Anika Guha, C. Phil.

M.A., C. Phil., Psychology, University of California – Los Angeles

B.A., Neuroscience, Wellesley College

I am a fifth-year graduate student in clinical psychology with a minor in quantitative psychology. My research focuses on cognitive function and emotion regulation in psychiatric disorders. Utilizing a variety of psychophysiological methods (structural MRI, task-based and resting-state fMRI, ERP, EEG oscillatory, etc.), I plan to develop a program of research that will characterize neurocognitive mechanisms that contribute to vulnerability to and maintenance of psychopathology and specific clinical symptoms. My current research is aimed at identifying mechanisms of aberrant salience monitoring and inhibitory processing in patients with schizophrenia using multimodal analysis of default mode and salience network dynamics.

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