I am an incoming MA student in Clinical Psychology at UBC. I’ve been with the MI Lab since 2019, studying how autobiographical memory manifests as a function of various factors, such as emotion and time. I am interested in how past experiences inform mental health outcomes, and hope to integrate the cognitive science of memory with clinical interventions in the future. Outside of the lab, I thrive at making tea and then forgetting it exists.
Stewardson, CI*, Hunsche, MC*, Wardell, V, Palombo, DJ+ and Kerns, CM+ (submitted). Episodic memory through a social and emotional lens. *co-first; +co-PI
Wardell, V, Grilli, MD, Palombo, DJ (submitted). Simulating the best and worst of times: The powers and perils of emotional simulation.
Dev, DK*, Wardell, V*, Checknita, KJ, Te, A, Petrucci, A, Madan, CR, & Palombo, D (accepted). Emotion enhances memory for the sequential unfolding of a naturalistic experience. *co-first
Wardell, V, Madan, CR, Jameson, T, Cocquyt, C, Checknita, K, Liu, H, Palombo, DJ (2021). How emotion influences the details recalled in autobiographical memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology.
Wardell, V, Esposito, C, Madan, CR, Palombo, DJ (2020). Semi-automated transcription and scoring of autobiographical memory narratives. Behavioral Research Methods. Preprint: https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/ywcv5 (Video)