Professor, Department of Psychology and Evelyn McKnight Brain Institute
I am currently a postdoc in the lab. My research aims to understand the cognitive mechanisms of spatial representations in humans.
I am a postdoc fellow in the lab and now I am interested in the temporal interval representation during human episodic memory and navigation using high-resolution fMRI.
The broad focus of my research is episodic memory, with a specific focus on how memory and related processes change with normal aging and neurological disorders. I use a combination of behavioral, neuroimaging, and neuromodulatory approaches to address these questions.
I am interested in the cognitive and neural bases of how spatial information can be learned and flexibly deployed during navigation in and/or spatial memory for large-scale environments.
I am a graduate student in the Psychology program at University of Arizona. My current research interests include neural oscillations, hippocampal function, and neural time series analysis.
I am a first-year graduate student. My research interests include understanding the cognitive processes involved in spatial navigation using EEG and virtual reality.
I am a PhD student who is interested in asymmetries between the perception of spatial and temporal dimensions, episodic memory and spatial navigation. My techniques include EEG, TMS, fMRI, and virtual reality.
I am currently a research specialist working for the lab at the University of Arizona. I am interested in path integration & cognitive mapping in virtual reality environments, and I currently utilize Unity & C# scripting to create those environments.
I am currently a research specialist working at the lab. I am interested in learning about the cognitive mechanisms of spatial representations in humans in virtual environments.
I am currently a research specialist working in this lab and the Human Memory Lab at the University of Arizona. I am broadly interested in consolidation theory and memory impairments, designing tasks that examine (re)consolidation differences in healthy adults and individuals with memory impairment.
**Now taking applications from UofA undergraduate students!
Jared Stokes – PhD Psychology 2018, postdoctoral fellow with Julie Schweitzer
Amber Schedlbauer – PhD Neuroscience 2017, postdoctoral fellow with Gene Gurkoff
Millie Copara – PhD Neuroscience 2017, Partner Development Coordinator at FUTURE program of UC Davis
Branden Kolarik – PhD Psychology 2017, Human Factors Scientist with Exponent Engineering and Scientific Consulting
Andrew Watrous – PhD Neuroscience 2013, Assistant Professor of Neurology at UT Austin
Former Lab Members
Sevan Harootonian – former Research Specialist. Graduate student at Princeton
Derek Huffman – former postdoc, assistant professor at Colby College
Alexis Oyao – Former lab manager
Lukáš Hejtmánek – visiting scholar, PhD student at Department of Neurophysiology of Memory, Czech Academy of Sciences
Candace Peacock – former PhD student, PhD student with John Henderson
Jennifer Lieberman – former lab manager
Kamin Kim – former postdoc, postdoctoral fellow with Charan Ranganath
Aiden Arnold – former visiting PhD student, now traveling the world
Lindsay Vass – former postdoctoral fellow, data scientist at Facebook
Colin Kyle – former lab manager, graduate student with Carol Barnes
Hui Zhang – former postdoctoral fellow, postdoctoral fellow with Nikolai Axmacher