Meg is a postdoctoral researcher in the SCAN lab. Her research combines neuroimaging and naturalistic methods to capture how positive emotion, autobiographical memory, and social connections spontaneously unfold in real time to influence adaptive psychological wellbeing. She is currently studying 1) how retelling and sharing our experiences with other people reshapes memory, and 2) how reminiscing about positive memories inspires social connection and aids stress coping in daily life. Meg received her PhD in Psychology from Rutgers University, working with Dr. Mauricio Delgado, and her B.S. in Chemistry and Psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill.