Wonil Choi, a post-doctoral scholar in John Henderson's Visual Cognition Lab, has accepted an academic position at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in Gwangju, South Korea.
A paper by Taylor Hayes, a post-doctoral scholar in the Visual Cognition Lab, has been selected by the Psychonomic Society as a 2016 best article.
Two graduate students and a research assistant from the Center for Mind and Brain and a neuroscience Ph.D. alumnus recently joined a prestigious authors “club” with the publication of a paper on motion-inducing optical illusions.
CMB Professor David Corina and a colleague are working to understand why some deaf children respond to cochlear implants better than others do.
Making music together can deepen social bonds, fostering compassion and empathy among the players. But not everyone is ready, or physically able, to join a drumming circle or even clap along. A UC Davis cognitive neuroscientist who studies the psychology of music is leading a team in developing an assistive device to help the musically challenged synch their sounds.
Emily Kappenman, a project scientist at the UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain, was recently honored with a Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Research.
Lisa Oakes, a professor in the Department of Psychology and researcher at the Center for Mind and Brain, is the new president-elect of the International Congress on Infant Studies.
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Open Positions at the Center for Mind and Brain
Ashley Royston and Dr. Yuelu Liu present the latest research at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in Chicago in October, 2015