My research focuses on ‘deconstructing’ the episodic brain using behavioural, eye tracking, and functional neuroimaging methods. My projects ask questions such as: how are multimodal event details integrated into a coherent mental image? What determines the precision and transformation of our memory for event details? And how do brain network dynamics flexibly support these operations and representations?

Memory Disorders Research Society, Toronto, October 2018
Integrated model of the posterior medial episodic network (Ritchey & Cooper, 2020, Trends in Cognitive Sciences)

Current Research

Memory Modulation Lab (Maureen Ritchey, Boston College)

http://www.thememolab.org/

Data and Code (GitHub):

Past Research

Memory Lab (Jon Simons, University of Cambridge)

http://www.memlab.psychol.cam.ac.uk/