We are currently accepting applications from students interested
in obtaining research experience at the undergraduate, graduate,
or postdoctoral level. My group investigates various aspects of
visual cognition, including visual perception, visual attention,
and visual memory. Our primary research approach is to use behavioral
studies to understand how visual cognition works, but we also
use computational models, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI),
and electrophysiological recordings (EEG).
As a member of my lab, you would be joining a large community of
20-30 researchers. I am co-director of the Vision Sciences Laboratory,
along with Professors
and Talia Konkle
We occupy the 7th floor of William James Hall, in the
Department of Psychology
, where we share an integrated lab space.
For more information on joining the lab, follow the link that applies to you: