Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science and Technology A National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center

Research Highlights 2014

  1. How are beliefs about the world shaped by experience?Download as PDF
  2. How does the amygdala mediate the interplay between attention and emotion?Download as PDF
  3. Brain areas that predict speech elements in a syllable repetition taskDownload as PDF
  4. Neurons can track context and outcomes in the pursuit of goalsDownload as PDF
  5. How can cortical neurons compute whether present experiences match or mismatch our expectations?Download as PDF
  6. Control of single neurons through stable brain interfacesDownload as PDF
  7. Combining visual attention, learning, and spatial navigation for repetitive foragingDownload as PDF
  8. Learning from your mistakes: improving thought-controlled computers for paralyzed individualsDownload as PDF
  9. Developing thought-controlled computers for paralyzed individualsDownload as PDF
  10. Recognizing movement intention through brain activityDownload as PDF
  11. Learning the firing of place cells from visual viewsDownload as PDF
  12. A System for Rapidly Counting Objects in Virtual EnvironmentsDownload as PDF
  13. Video Game Illuminates Crosstalk between the SensesDownload as PDF
  14. Network interactions between auditory and visual spatial attention and working memoryDownload as PDF
  15. Communication and access for the severely paralyzedDownload as PDF
  16. Robots Controlled by Brain WavesDownload as PDF
  17. Flexible Learning Improves Maze Problem-SolvingDownload as PDF
  18. Foraging in a Virtual OrchardDownload as PDF
  19. Developing Practical Audio-Visual Stimuli for EEG-based Brain Computer InterfaceDownload as PDF