My research project
Altering cognitive and affective control in rumination through personalised neurostimulation
My research interests lie in personalised neurocognitive interventions that manipulate the interaction between cognition and emotion in populations at risk for depression and anxiety. I first aim to investigate the cognitive and emotional challenges faced by high ruminators through qualitative and quantitative research methods. Then, my goal is to enhance the well-being of young adults prone to rumination through non-invasive brain stimulation, neuroimaging, and machine learning techniques.