The Cognition & Neurocognitive Disorders Research Lab focuses on investigating basic and applied questions related to cognition in both healthy and clinical populations. Our approach is to integrate and apply the conceptually rich perspectives of cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, and neurobiology to further our understanding of cognitive dysfunction that results from neurologic conditions, including multiple sclerosis and traumatic brain injury. Understanding disrupted cognitive and neural mechanisms associated with cognitive impairment will potentially lead to new interventions that substantially improve the quality of life of individuals living with these conditions.
A more detailed overview of our research approach can be found here.
Lab Spring 2018. Vikki, Carla, Heather, Dina, Vanessa, Alison, Paula, Erin, Josh (Top); Stephanie, Liss, Zerbrina, Mike, Sophia, Andrea (bottom); Jinal (not pictured).