UA News recently interviewed Li Zheng and Arne Ekstrom covering a recent study and publication in Nature Communications. Read the paper here: [PDF] UA news Article: https://news.arizona.edu/story/ever-been-lost-grocery-store-researchers-are-closer-knowing-why-it-happens
The Human Spatial Cognition Lab is recruiting graduate students through the University of Arizona Cognitive and Neural Systems (CNS) program for 2022-2023. Please find more information on our program here: https://psychology.arizona.edu/cns. Please email Dr. Ekstrom if you are interested in applying to the lab as a graduate student.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about how research in cognition works and earn class credit in psychology! To apply, please click this link: http://humanspatialcognitionlab.org/contact-us/, scroll down to “Volunteer,” complete the required form, and email to email@example.com.
We are thrilled to announce our latest research paper accepted at Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. We use immersive VR and mobile scalp EEG recordings in humans, and ask the question of what are the oscillatory correlates of spatial distances and temporal durations. Check it out: [early access] https://doi.org/10.1162/jocn_a_01765
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Starrett on successfully defending his dissertation! Mike has done truly great work here at University of Arizona and we look forward to seeing what Mike works on next with Dr. Liz Chrastil at UC Irvine!