Hannah Tarder-Stoll

Graduate Student

I am a PhD student in the psychology program at Columbia, working under the co-supervision of Mariam Aly and Chris Baldassano. I am interested in the adaptive nature of memory, and my current research explores the neural mechanisms of prediction and memory integration. Before joining the lab, I received my BSc in Psychology from the University of Toronto. At U of T, I worked with Morris Moscovitch, Katherine Duncan, and Meg Schlichting to investigate how reward shapes memory integration and the differential effect of disgust and fear on memory. 

Fun fact: Before studying psychology and neuroscience, I trained to be an opera singer!

My CV can be found here.

Columbia University

Department of Psychology

406 Schermerhorn Hall

1190 Amsterdam Avenue

New York, NY 10027