Rosa Li

Rosa Li

Graduate Student, Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University
Rosa Li

Rosa is a PhD student in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University studying the development and neural basis of risky decision-making. Her current research focuses on peer influences on adolescent risk-taking, or why teenagers (sometimes) do dumb things when their friends are around. Rosa enjoys teaching people about how their brains work and why brains are so amazing. In her spare time, or when she is engaging in structured procrastination, she blogs and tweets about science.

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