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I am intrigued by social cognition and how the underlying brain mechanisms may contribute to the development of psychopathology. In my research I mainly use functional MRI to probe the intrinsic connectivity of the brain and changes in connectivity during social cognitive tasks. Currently I study how individual differences in intrinsic brain connectivity may underlie variability in social cognitive abilities in adolescents. By targeting individual differences in functional network development, I want to gain understanding in what characterizes normal development and ultimately how abnormalities in these trajectories may contribute to psychopathology and difficulties in social cognition.