Learning and Brain Development Lab

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Learning & Brain
Development Lab

Adult Research Opportunities

This set of studies examines the role of prior learning and experience in the development of attention orienting biases to faces in adulthood.

Attention Orienting to Stimuli in Adults

Ages: 18-35 years

1 Visit, 30 minutes

In this study, adults will play a game where they search for a butterfly while other stimuli appear on the screen. We will also ask you questions about yourself.

fNIRS Study of Attention Orienting in Adults

Ages: 18-35 years

1 Visit, 1.5 Hours

In this study, adults will complete a computer task containing images appearing on a computer screen. We will use a non-invasive imaging technique, fNIRS, to record brain activity.

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