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  • Remy publishes paper on attentional capture in ANYAS

    Remy’s paper entitled ‘Behavioral decoding of working memory items inside and outside the focus of attention’ is currently in press at the Annals of the New York Academy of the Sciences. His study looks at how people hold multiple items in working memory and the behavioral consequences of focusing attention on a subset of those items. He used a beh...

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  • Stephanie to present at the 2018 Stanford Research Conference

    Stephanie’s application for the Stanford Research Conference was accepted and she is currently being considered to deliver a talk at the conference that will take place on April 13-15 at Stanford University. The Stanford Research Conference is a part of SURA, an association founded at Stanford to promote undergraduate research and provide students with a ...

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  • Lea Bartsch visits lab for the spring from the University of Zurich

    We are very happy to announce that Lea Bartsch will be visiting the Lewis-Peacock lab during the Spring of 2018. She is a 3rd year PhD student from the University of Zurich in Switzerland and is visiting the lab for 3 months to analyze MRI data from her project studying processes in working and long-term memory and their contribution to age-related deficit...

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  • Dr. Lewis-Peacock attends workshop on working memory

    Dr. Lewis-Peacock was invited to participate in the Crossroads of Attention in Working Memory Workshop held at the Hotel Bains D’Ovronnaz in Switzerland in the summer of 2017 . The workshop concentrated on the theoretical processes of consolidation, refreshing, and removal of information and how they relate to ideas of attention and working memory. Dr...

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