Jennifer's thesis was titled "Learning about social norms: neural and computational substrates in borderline personality disorder". This was a huge dataset with over 200 participants in total, among which over 100 were scanned. Analyses involved both computational modeling of choice data and model-based fMRI. Preliminary findings suggest atypical neural activity in all stages of social decision-making may be responsible for the overt behaviour and unstable interpersonal relationships observed in individuals diagnosed with BPD.
Great work Jennifer!! :)