Omran Safi

Omran Safi, PhD Student

I am a PhD student in Cognitive Psychology and my research focuses on the subjective experience of remembered time. Specifically, I am interested in elucidating why we recall elapsed time differently across varying emotional and non-emotional situations. More broadly, I am interested in how the brain leverages diverse sources of information when making temporal judgments. Outside the lab, I enjoy hiking, martial arts, playing basketball, and reading comics.

Ballance, B, Tuen, YJ,  Petrucci, AS, Orwig, W Safi, OK, . Madan, CM, Palombo, DJ (in press). Imagining emotional events benefits future-oriented decisions. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.