Erin Morrow

Graduate Student

My research interests include the impact of emotion on various dimensions of episodic (and autobiographical) memories, including memory structure, strength, and content. As such, I employ behavioral and neuroimaging techniques to examine the cognitive and neural correlates of emotional memory evoked by different stimulus modalities. I am also interested in the intentional forgetting of emotional memories, and am passionate about neuroethics and the ethical implications of memory modification. In my free time, I enjoy music, calligraphy, graphic design, and exploring nature.