Lisa Solinger is a graduate student in Dr. Ian Dobbins’ Memory & Decision Making Lab. Broadly speaking, Lisa is interested in human memory and cognition. More specifically, her interests are in questions at the intersection of memory and decision making. Her current research focuses on three areas: (1) the cognitive and neural mechanisms that underlie adaptive bias in recognition memory decision, (2) sequential dependencies in metamnemonic ratings, and (3) the role of goal attainment in pupillary dilation during recognition memory. To address questions on these topics, Lisa uses a variety of cognitive and neuroscience methods including: behavioral measures, brain stimulation, eye tracking, brain imaging, and statistical modeling.