Zachary studies memory and how it can be enhanced using varying experimental techniques. Visit him online: Zachary Buchin.
Fanting studies language processing, particularly its underlying mechanisms.
Stephanie studies the cognitive neuroscience of memory and the development of dementia in aging populations.
Valerie studies psycholinguistics, language production, and speech.
Van studies the interactive effects of cognitive factors and linguistic constraints on language processes, particularly those involving figuratively expressions.
Kristin studies the development of attentional networks and executive functioning in typical and clinical populations, particularly as it applies to processing social information.
Hannah studies the early mechanisms of involuntary and voluntary attention using fMRI, EEG, and eye tracking.
Kayleigh studies mechanisms of language in the human brain.
Giulia studies the mechanisms underlying the early stages of word recognition and lexical processing and how other aspects of cognition, such as memory and attention, can affect these early stages of comprehension.
Jonathan studies voluntary and reflexive forms of orienting attention, using a variety of neuroimaging and neuromodulatory techniques.
Shaina studies the cognitive neuroscience of aging and memory.
Marc studies the development and interaction (organization and reconfiguration) between brain networks in both health and disease across the lifespan.
Adam studies attention and memory, particularly within virtual learning environments.
John studies factors that influence explicit memory, such as attention and emotion.
Elyce studies psycholinguistics, speech development, and language production.
Mac studies cognitive and functional network development during childhood, in relation to typical and atypical trajectories.
Sandra studies psycholinguistics, referent production, speech, and gesture. Visit her online: Sandra Zerkle.