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Keywords: cognitive neuroscience; fMRI; reward; decision-making; learning
Keywords: complexity; coordination; vision; touch; motor skills; physiological processes; handedness; learning; attention
Event related potentials; EEG; cognitive neuroscience; social neuroscience; cognitive control; selective attention; memory; SES
Games for learning and health, STEM education, cognitive change, Virtual Reality (VR) therapies during hospital stays, Nutrition science, Efficacy related to XR experiences
Keywords: embodied cognition; language comprehension; embodied reading comprehension intervention (EMBRACE); cognitive neuroscience; joint action and mirror neuron system
Keywords: cognitive development, word learning, attention, language acquisition, statistical learning, bilingualism
Keywords: visual attention, face perception, eye-tracking, pupillary changes, language processing.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities: https://psychology.clas.asu.edu/content/memory-attention-control-lab-brewer
Our research projects investigate human memory and attention capabilities and how they support a wide range of behaviors.
Research in the Memory and Attention Control Laboratory entails attending lab meetings, scoring cognitive data, and helping participants complete experiments. These experiments are typically conducted in the laboratory on personal computing stations.
Keywords: category theory, dynamic scene processing, attention, face processing, attention, memory search
Keywords: knowledge acquisition; reading comprehension; writing; strategies; self-explanation; writing assessment; intelligent tutoring systems; tutoring; games; computational linguistics; learning analytics
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.