Shelton Brister

Undergraduate Research Assistant

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I'm a student of Columbia University majoring in psychology with a concentration in statistics. I'm fascinated by the relationship between memory, attention, and judgment. I'm particularly interested in the way that associative memory informs our contingencies and heuristics within processes of decision-making. I'm also a hobby pianist and have a keen curiosity in the impact that music has on cognitive development, experience, and performance. 

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Fun Fact: I'm an avid enthusiast of board game design, and I have a decent collection, too!

 

My CV can be found here.