Hello! I'm William.
I recently graduated from York University with an Honours BSc in Psychology. I joined the lab during my final semester as I completed an independent research project with Dr. Bellana. In this project we analyzed free association data to investigate underlying patterns of spontaneous thought. I am now a research assistant in the lab and I’m currently piloting a study where we are investigating an automated method of measuring behavioural correlates of memory transformation – using stories as memoranda.
Some of my primary interests in cognitive neuroscience are both functional and impaired episodic memory systems and how both perception and prior experiences can affect these systems. Some of my interests separate from cognitive neuroscience include sensation and perception, music, and art.
You can contact me through my email here!