Alessandra Te

Alessandra Te, Research Assistant

I am a recent UBC graduate with a BSc in Cognitive Systems and currently work at MI as a research assistant. My research focuses on exploring how emotion affects episodic memory and its clinical applications. I am also interested in the relationship between emotion and movement. When I’m not working, I love to play volleyball and spend time with my dog!

Dev, DK, Wardell, V, Checknita, KJ, Te, A, Petrucci, A, Madan, CR, & Palombo, D (under revision). Emotion enhances memory for the sequential unfolding of a naturalistic experience.

Checknita, KJ, Cocquyt, CM, Rights, JD, Te, A, Palombo, DJ (under revision). Shifting gears: Emotional context and temporal memory.

Palombo, DJ, Elizur, L, Tuen, YJ, Te, AA, Madan, CR (accepted). Transfer of negative valence in an episodic memory task. Cognition. (Video)

Palombo, DJ, Te, A, Checknita, K, Madan, CR. (2021). Exploring the facets of emotional episodic memory: Remembering ‘what’, ‘when’, and ‘which’. Psychological Science. 10.31234/osf.io/ru2xz. (Video)