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  • CBC Radio interviews Remy for his work on lucid dreaming

    Remy’s research on lucid dreaming has been featured in an broadcast by CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corporation). Remy has done previous work on lucid dreams during his undergrad at University of Missouri, and maintains this interest in altered states of consciousness (including dream states). He is working in the Lewis-Peacock Lab to study the basic mec...

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  • Engineering graduate student Allison Berman joins the lab

    We are very happy to announce that Allison Berman will be joining the Lewis-Peacock lab in the Spring of 2017. She will continue her studies in the Ph.D. program in Electrical and Computer Engineering here at UT Austin. Allison will be working on a real time fMRI project with graduate student Ethan Oblak. Welcome Allison!

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  • New Scientist highlights Remy’s research on lucid dreaming

    Remy’s research on lucid dreaming has been featured in New Scientist. The article discusses his work done in a previous lab at the University of Missouri St. Louis. In the article, “I can control a computer with my mind – from inside a dream,” Remy discusses his motivations for his research, his experience, and the implications for ...

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  • NPJ Science of Learning highlights lab’s research on forgetting

    Following the research poster presentation of Tony Dutcher and Stephanie Jeanneret at the Society for Neuroscience 2017 annual meeting in San Diego, they have published an article for NPJ Science of Learning (Jeanneret, S., Dutcher, A., Lewis-Peacock, J.A., 2017). The article discusses the Lewis-Peacock Lab’s work on retrieval-induced forgettin...

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