Christina Boardman is a visiting scholar in the Miller Lab and a Master’s student in the Joint Master in Neuroscience Program at the University of Strasbourg in France. Her primary research focus is studying the neural mechanisms of memory and learning in social decisions. She is particularly passionate about social decisions that differentially affect marginalized individuals. In the Miller lab, Christina using signal detection theory to model criterion shifting in a security patrol paradigm. Her goal is to identify EEG oscillations and ERPs related to criterion shifting.