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Our lab is broadly interested in how we see (perception), how we control what we see and how it controls us (attention), and how we store what we see in our heads (learning and memory) -- and especially in how all of these parts of the mind interact. We use a combination of functional neuroimaging and behavioral/psychophysical experiments to explore these topics. For more information about research in the lab, about individual lab members, or to find publications, please follow the links.


Top: Nick Hindy, Nick Turk-Browne, Victoria Jackson-Hanen, Anna Schapiro, Ben Hutchinson, Megan deBettencourt, Ghootae Kim, Vikranth Rao Bejjanki. Bottom: Jiaying Zhao, Lisa Yankowitz, Natalia Cordova, Judy Fan.

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Lab News

Megan deBettencourt has received the Cognitive Science Society Best Student Presentation award for her poster at the “Learning to Attend, Attending to Learn” workshop in November 2013. Congratulations Megan!
Judy Fan has received the 2013 Early Graduate Student Researcher Award from the American Psychological Association "for conducting outstanding research early in [her] graduate training." Congratulations Judy!
Nick Hindy has received a Postdoctoral National Research Service Award (NRSA) for his research with Dr. Turk-Browne. Congratulations, Nick!
Congratulations to Jiaying Zhao, who has just accepted a tenure-track appointment as Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia. She will start her new position in July 2013.
Judy has been awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) fellowship for her work with Dr. Turk-Browne. Congratulations Judy!
Ben Hutchinson has received a Postdoctoral National Research Service Award (NRSA) for his proposed line of research with Dr. Turk-Browne. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Naz Al-Aidroos, who has just accepted a tenure-track appointment as Assistant Professor at the University of Guelph. He will start his new position in January.