I’m an MA/PhD student in the Psychological Clinical Science program housed at the University of Toronto Scarborough. I’m interested in understanding the pattern of ruminative thoughts, such as how they emerge and develop over time, and whether mindfulness training affects these patterns. My current MA work involves using machine learning to characterize brain activities during interoceptive and exteroceptive attentional states in order to understand the effects of interoceptive training on people’s brain activities and their ability to pay attention to bodily sensations.

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