Bowdoin College Nyuhs' Lab
Brunswick, ME, US
Small Business (1-10M TTM Revenue)
The Nyhus Lab is focused on human executive function and memory. We approach these topics from a cognitive neuroscience perspective with the goals of understanding the characteristics of mental processes and how they are realized within the brain. Currently, students in my lab are using brain electrical activity (ERPs) to study the brain processes that underlie attention and memory. These studies show how attention modulation affects later memory. In addition, we are interested in how neural oscillations provide a mechanism for interaction among brain regions during memory retrieval. The lab regularly uses EEG along with behavioral paradigms to examine the moment by moment neural dynamics involved in human learning and memory.
|Bowdoin College Nyuhs' Lab 255 Maine Street Brunswick, ME, 04011 United States
|Bowdoin College Nyuhs' Lab Brunswick, ME, 04011 United States
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