In high school I worked in Professor Joseph Kable’s neuroscience lab at the University of Pennsylvania studying the neuroscience of decision-making. We wrote a paper (Kim, Seligman, & Kable 2012) on an eye-tracking study we conducted for preference reversals during decision-making. Decision-making research plays an important role in testing and unifying the findings of economics, psychology, and neuroscience research. By integrating theory and practice from these closely related fields, it highlights the individual thought processes and environmental factors that drive a wide range of human behaviors. Through this experience, I discovered my love for research, and have continued to apply this passion to my current work in physics and astronomy.