Jasmin Brummer

LIFE Zurich

LIFE Fellow since 2022, University of Zurich

I am a doctoral student at the University of Zurich, supervised by Sebastian S. Horn and Alexandra M. Freund (chair “Developmental Psychology: Adulthood”). I am interested in the interplay between motivation and memory across adulthood. Specifically, my research is concerned with the effect of gain and loss incentives on memory.
For my master’s degree at the Università Vita Salute San Raffaele in Milan, I investigated inter-temporal choice behavior in rodents. Previously, during the work on my bachelor’s thesis at Glasgow Caledonian University, I examined working memory processes for music. My current research at the University of Zurich is concerned with declarative memory, such as prospective memory and how motivational influences manifest in selective remembering or time monitoring in younger and older adults.

Go to Editor View