Understanding How Memory Works



Memory Works

The Lewis-Peacock Lab is a memory research lab (PI: Jarrod Lewis-Peacock) in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. We focus on understanding the multifaceted interactions between working memory and long-term memory in the human brain. Our research explores how memory interacts with other mental abilities such as attention, cognitive control, and learning. To address these topics, we use a combination of behavioral methods, functional neuroimaging, computational modeling, machine learning, and real-time neurofeedback.


Learn more about the current research projects we are working on in the lab.


See the research talks and posters we have presented at meetings across the globe.


Access the complete list of our peer-reviewed scientific articles and book chapters.