Halle Dimsdale-Zucker

Post-doc

Our memories are a reconstruction of our experiences rather than a perfect representation of what happened. I am interested in the additional contextual information (e.g. where and when you were when you learned a particular fact or saw an object for the first time) that is retrieved along with the core features of the memory, how this contextual information shapes our perception and experiences of the world, and how this information is represented by the brain.

Fun fact: I think the ultimate bagel flavor would be everything pumpernickel (but, really, any good NY bagel will do!)

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Columbia University

Department of Psychology

406 Schermerhorn Hall

1190 Amsterdam Avenue

New York, NY 10027