Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory
Welcome to the Visual Cognitive Neuroscience laboratory of Arizona State University! We study neural and cognitive mechanisms that allow us to maintain stable visual experience of the world despite noisy sensory representations. We investigate a broad set of research topics, including visual attention, visual working memory, and perceptual decision making using psychophysics, computational modeling along with EEG/ERPs. Please check here for more details about our work.
Interested in joining us as a graduate student, post-doc or lab manager? Or, just want to chat about the work we do? Feel free to contact us!
November 17. 2019:
Two great ASU undergraduates, Tessa and Chad, have joint our lab as a research assistant!
October 2. 2019:
I gave a talk on EEG decoding at Montreal EEG days meeting (which is a local EEG conference held in Montreal Neurological Institute).
September 30. 2019
A new paper on Serial Dependence in visual cognition has been accepted for publication in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review!
July 1. 2019:
I have started a new lab at the Department of Psychology of Arizona State University!