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My current research projects investigate the impact of reward processing at various stages of information processing. I aim to examine how individual differences moderate these effects, bridging experimental and clinical sciences in incarcerated and community samples. My overall goals are to explore the mechanisms underlying disinhibitory psychopathology and to translate findings toward improving interventions for individuals who exhibit impulsive and antisocial behavior.