Welcome to CONPAM Lab!

The research program in CONPAM lab integrates behavioral, computational, cognitive neuroscience, and translational approaches to address fundamental questions of theoretical importance about perception, attention, and memory in healthy subjects and in various clinical populations. Most of our basic science experiments focus on the nature of visual memory representations and encoding and forgetting processes involved in working memory and long-term memory. The lab employs state of the art techniques, including 64-channel and 128-channel Biosemi electroencephalography (EEG) systems, neuroConn DC-stimulator, and an Eyelink 1000 eye tracking system.