Yvette is a MA student in the Christoff Lab. She researches spontaneous thought processes (mind wandering and dreaming), as well as links between memory and imagination, at both neural and cognitive levels. Currently, she is investigating the process whereby memory evolves into novel imagination throughout wakefulness and sleep. In addition, she is working to develop multi-modal methods for delineating the parameters of imagination across conscious states (e.g., fMRI, HD-EEG, and “high definition” experience sampling).
For more information about Yvette’s work and publications, visit her website here!