Max Kramer, a 2nd year Master’s of Computational Social Sciences student in our lab, has recently published his first article in Brain and Neuroscience Advances, from work done in his undergraduate career at Oberlin College.This research article, entitled “Validation of an emotional stop-signal task to probe individual differences in emotional response inhibition: Relationships with positive and negative urgency”, is on the emotional stop-signal task and its relationship to impulsivity as a response to strong negative emotions versus strong positive emotions. Max was instrumental in designing a new psychophysical task used in the study that improved on the design of the emotional stop-signal task. You can access the article here.