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Office Location(s): 3014 East Hall
Brain, Cognition, and Action Laboratory Website
Human cognition; memory; perception; psycholinguistics; personality and cognitive style; motor control; reaction time; mathematical models; cognitive aging; cognitive neuroscience; computational models; human-computer interaction.
I study the mind, brain, and body with respect to how they contribute to human information processing and action. Past and current studies have elucidated mind-body interactions related to human perception, memory, language, reasoning, decision-making, attention, and movement control. To investigate these interactions, my work incorporates both empirical and theoretical research methodologies. My empirical research uses both behavioral (e.g. reaction time) measures from experimental cognitive psychology and psychophysiological (e.g. ERP) measures from cognitive neuroscience. My theoretical research uses computational and mathematical modeling. I am also interested in individual differences associated with personality traits, aging, and brain disorders.
Multitasking Is Counterproductive (an article at CNN.com)
Is Multitasking More Efficient? (an APA Online Press Release)
Department of Psychology
1012 East Hall530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI