Sabrina is a 4th year undergraduate student in Neuroscience. Her research is focused around a controversy in spatial frequency filtering. Many papers use faulty filtering methods to extract high and low spatial frequencies from images (i.e. leaving filtering artifacts, not normalizing contrast etc.) making them technically not the best images for examining perception. Sabrina analyzes past papers methodology to see how experimenters arrived at their high and low spatial frequency images and hopes to see differences in perception after filtering changes are made. Sabrina prefers to spend her spare time hanging out with her friends.