My educational background is in neuroscience. During the internships of my current master’s program in Brain and Cognitive Science at the University of Amsterdam I try to combine techniques like computational modeling and imaging to investigate the decision processes that underlie social behavior.
My primary interest is about how implicit attention-shifts towards rewarding cues affect our daily behavior. Even though I aim to investigate these decisions at a very fundamental level, I am aware of the societal implications such attentional shifts can have. With the ambition to understand how civilization alters the fundaments of our behavior, I am very passionate about environmental politics. In my free time, I love to run, row and travel.