Agnes Norbury

My fundamental research interest is in motivational and decision-making processes involved in clinically-relevant aspects of human cognition. In particular, I am interested in identifying cognitive vulnerability and resilience factors for psychological disorders (addictive and affective disorders), and using mathematical models to better understand the different processes that might underlie these ways of thinking.

I am currently based at the Department of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where my work includes building computational models of individual differences in aversive learning processes relevant to anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorders.

Further information can be found in a list of my current publications, and my CV. Contact me via email, or using the links below.