Graduate Student, Todd Braver, Faculty at University of Denver
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Jeremy Reynolds is a graduate student in cognitive/experimental psychology working with Dr. Todd Braver, Dr. Kathleen McDermott and Dr. Jeff Zacks. His research interests involve studying cognitive control and working memory through computational modeling and convergent cognitive neuroscience techniques. Jeremy is currently working on a modeling project investigating the role of dopamine in task switching performance, as well as an fMRI project investigating the role of anterior prefrontal cortex in subgoal processing in episodic retrieval.