Arianna is a graduate student in the Neuroscience Curriculum, and she studies the neural underpinnings of response inhibition in children with and without ADHD.
Feyza is stydying psycholinguistics and language processing.
Nikki studies the cognitive processes underlying language processing and comprehension.
Jenny combines behavioral and neuroimaging approaches to study various aspects of episodic memory in younger and older adults.
Annabel studies the science of learning and instruction, with a specific focus in applying cognitive psychology to improve online learning environments.
Sepideh is interested in brain stimulation and its effects on cognitive functions, especially attention.
Aslihan studies memory and emotions, primarily focusing how different emotion regulation strategies influence recall performance.
Fanting studies language processing, particularly its underlying mechanisms.
Mackenzie studies the role of cognitive control networks in typical and atypical developmental populations.
Hannah studies the early mechanisms of involuntary and voluntary attention using fMRI, EEG, and eye tracking.
Annaliisa studies the techniques and materials which can facilitate meaningful learning and bolster long-term memory.
Simantika is interested in investigating reference resolution using a statistical learning approach at the sentence and discourse level.
Min Sung studies memory and aging.
John studies factors that influence explicit memory, such as attention and emotion.
Mac studies cognitive and functional network development during childhood, in relation to typical and atypical trajectories.
Yining studies psycholinguistics, language comprehension, and development.