Under the direction of Professor Richard Ivry, The Cognition and Action Lab currently supports several graduate, undergraduate, and post-doctoral students. Research projects cover diverse areas of behavior and cognition, including visual, auditory, and time perception; language and speech; and motor coordination.
Experiments incorporate a combination of behavioral, perceptual and cognitive tasks with both healthy participants and patient populations. Neuroimaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and non-invasive brain stimulation such as trancranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) are also used. Several researchers are involved in collaborative work with neuroscientists and/or physicians located at other research and hospital facilities located in the United States and around the world.
Curious what the Ivry Lab has been up to lately? Click here to read our 2013 Lab Newsletter! Can't see this link?
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See a video interview on some of our research as featured on CBS' Smart Planet here!
Our recent paper in the PNAS Transcranial magnetic stimulation
of posterior parietal cortex affects decisions of hand choice was
featured on many websites, including: UC
Berkeley News, US
News and World Report, Business
Magazine, and Discover
Hear an interview with graduate student, Flavio Oliveira, regarding his research,
broadcast on BBC's Science in Action series: