We study the cognitive and neural mechanisms of attention as well as the potential for enhancing attention abilities through cognitive training. To gain insights from multiple perspectives, we perform behavioral, neuroimaging (functional MRI), and cognitive training experiments in healthy subjects and disordered populations (ie hemispatial neglect, TBI/PTSD, prosopagnosia)
From left to right: Joe DeGutis, Mike Esterman, Alex Mitko, Mallory Grosso, Chris Chiu, Michelle Thai, Rachael Morris, Victoria Poole, Francesca Fortenbaugh, Richard Liu, Hidefusa Okabe.
BAL Lab in the News:
A Lost Secret: How To Get Kids To Pay Attention (06/21/2018) -
Concentration Ability May Get Better with Age (08/24/2015) - What is Face Blindness? (02/11/2016)
We’re One Step Closer to Mind Reading (07/19/2016)