What do we do in the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab of Learning, Attention, Brain, and Behavior?

The primary focus of the DCN LABB is research into the development of learning and attention and the brain changes that affect and are affected by this development.

While many labs are interested in early infancy, this lab is focused on children, specifically children in the middle childhood years from 5 to 12 years of age.

Some questions addressed in this lab include: What does normal selective attention development look like across middle childhood? How do the environment and the brain interact across development and how does this interaction shape selective attention? How does learning, specifically non-conscious learning shape how attention is allocated?

  Principal Investigator -
      Jane W. Couperus
  Research Projects
  Partner Research -
      Event Related Potential Lab
  How To Participate In Research
  Directions to the DCN LABB
  Helpful Links for Parents