Emma Wolfe graduated from Tufts University in 2020 with a B.A. in Clinical Psychology. At Tufts, she worked in Dr. Heather Urry’s Emotion, Brain and Behavior Lab on several studies related to autonomic psychophysiology and emotion regulation, including a study investigating the effects of mindfulness on situation selection. Emma also conducted a Senior Honors Thesis under the advisement of Dr. Urry in partnership with the Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences. The thesis examined the effects of brief training in mindfulness and cognitive reappraisal on performance and affect when encountering stress. In addition to her research at Tufts, Emma interned in the MGH OCD program for three semesters working on a variety of projects including a study observing the brain-correlates of self-focused processing in patients with body-dysmorphic disorder and social anxiety disorder. Currently at MGH, Emma is involved in app-based treatment studies for body-dysmorphic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. After her time at MGH, Emma hopes to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Broadly, Emma is fascinated by the transdiagnostic neural mechanisms of ruminative disorders including OCD and anxiety.