Cognitive Neuroscience & Biopsychology
|Tae-Ho Lee||Affective Neurodynamics and Development (AND) Lab
The lab seeks to understand the neural connection changes in cognitive and affective development across the lifespan, focusing on an interpersonal dynamics such as parent-child attachment, peer relationship, and social influences.
|Brooks Casas||Casas Laboratory
I seek insight into the neural computations underlying normative social behavior using methods of decision neuroscience, behavioral economics, and social psychology.
|Pearl Chiu||Chiu Lab
translational decision neuroscience, computational psychiatry
|Rachel Diana||MEM Lab (Measurement of Episodic Memory)
The MEM Lab uses cognitive neuroscience methodology to examine the cognitive and neural processes underlying human memory.
|Jamie Edgin||Memory Development and Policy Lab
We study the mechanisms of memory and learning in an effort to better understand the role of these key cognitive processes in everyday life, including how memory functions in the developing child, the courts, and in relation to sleep health.
|Bruce Friedman||Mind-Body Lab (MBL)
Our work is primarily focused on the relationships between emotions, personality, and autonomic nervous system activity.
|Angela Scarpa||Psychosocial Adjustment, NeuroDevelopment, and Autism (PANDA) Lab
Our lab focuses on factors related to socioemotional development and well-being related to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
|John Richey||Social Clinical Affective Neuroscience Laboratory (SCANLAB)
We study how the brain processes (and sometimes mis-processes) social information. We seek to understand how variation in neural circuits, behaviors and genes lead to impairment in two highly prevalent and debilitating disorders: autism and social anxiety