Understanding learning, memory and perception through the lens of neuroscience & psychology
How does our brain transform perceptions into interconnected knowledge?
Our lab works at the intersection of neuroscience and psychology, drawing on learning, memory consolidation, sleep, perception, and computer science.
We use cognitive experiments and neuroimaging, with newly developed computational tools, to understand cognition and the human brain.
The lab recently enjoyed Pittsburgh's 2023 International Parade
Amy recently presented her work at the Concepts, Actions and Objects Symposium in Rovereto, Italy
Congratulations to Griff for his new first-author paper in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience! Representations within the intraparietal sulcus distinguish both numerical tasks and stimuli is now in press.
Caroline has a new first-author paper that is now In Press in Cognition, titled "Numerical Estrangement and Integration between Symbolic and Non-symbolic Numerical Information: Task-Dependence and Its Link to Math Abilities in Adults". Congratulations, Caroline!