Welcome Tiantian!

The Learning Memory & Decision Lab welcomes Tiantian Li who joins us as our first full time lab manager and research assistant. Tiantian completed her undergraduate studies at Boston University, where she explored the intersection of neuroscience and economics in the Cognition and Decision lab. Welcome Tiantian!!!

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New Preprint!

Check out our new preprint (with Michael Frank and Rasmus Bruckner) on biorxiv clarifying the link between the P300 EEG response and learning: Statistical context dictates the relationship between feedback-related EEG signals and learning        

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New paper in the Journal of Neuroscience!

A new paper with Joe McGuire, Harrison Ritz and Joe Kable shows how representations in OFC and anterior temporal lobe transition more rapidly during periods of environmental change that require rapid learning. Could this be the brains way of partitioning information across contexts? Hopefully we will find out soon…

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