Eri Phinisee is a Semester Research Analyst at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). Prior to joining CSET, she was a summer student researcher at the Human Research and Engineering Directorate of the Army Research Laboratory, where she investigated how fluctuations in social experiences shape individual decision-making under risk. At Carnegie Mellon, Eri was a research assistant at the Language Production and Executive Control Lab, implementing the experimental design of a study on the cognitive impact of autocorrect technology. She has also assisted with research in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences. In addition to her work at Carnegie Mellon, she has performed technical analysis at University of Pittsburgh’s Dong Lab, a neuroscience facility focused on understanding the neural mechanisms underlying emotion and motivation. Eri is currently pursuing a B.S. in Cognitive Science and a B.S. in Decision Science at Carnegie Mellon University.