Jennifer Senta

Graduate Student

Jennifer As a PhD student in Cognitive Neuroscience, I am interested in investigating the computational processes underlying our decisions and their component evaluative mechanisms. Computational and mathematical models can provide us with powerful methods for understanding the nuances of mental processes and disorders, particularly when combined with brain imaging such as fMRI. Prior to joining the Bishop lab as a graduate student, I studied mathematics and completed my Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries.

E-mail: jsenta-at-berkeley.edu


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