Seth is an NSF graduate fellow interested in the factors that influence the success of self-regulation including mood, cognitive load and the order in which we experience affect-arousing events. He received his B.S. in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from the University of Rochester in 2009. Prior to joining the lab, Seth worked at the National Institute of Mental Health on a project studying food perception in lean and obese individuals with Drs. Alex Martin, Kevin Hall, and Kyle Simmons.