I use a variety of methodologies to study long-term memory formation, modification, and consolidation in humans. These methods include fMRI, EEG, eye-tracking, and studies with epileptic patients who have received unilateral temporal lobe resections. I am mainly interested in hippocampal-dependent memory, with a focus on binding (linking two arbitrary pieces of information together so that they may be remembered later). Recently, I have begun to investigate the factors that determine which aspects of memory will be bound to any features of the environment at any given moment.
Ph.D. Northwestern University,
Neuroscience, Cognitive Science Specialization; 2012
B.A. Syracuse University,
Psychology and Women's Studies, Minor: Religion; magna cum laude, 2006
Bridge DJ, Voss JL (In review) Dominant elements organize bindings to form cohesive memory representations.
Bridge DJ, Voss JL (2014) Active retrieval facilitates across-episode binding by modulating the content of memory. Neuropsychologia, 63, 154-164.
Harada T, Bridge DJ, Chiao, JY (2013) Dynamic social power modulates neural basis of math calculation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6:350. PMID:23390415
Chiao JY, Harada T, Oby ER, Li Z, Parrish TB, Bridge DJ (2009) Neural representations of social status hierarchy in human inferior parietal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 47:354-363. PMID:18992759
When I'm not busy researching the brain, you can probably find me working on one of my other hobbies. I am an aspiring yogi, beer connoisseur & nano-brewmaster, and vinyl record collector.