Understanding learning & memory through the lens of neuroscience & psychology
Our memory system is built on connections: between fragments of knowledge, populations of neurons, and brain systems.
How does our brain transform our percepts into interconnected knowledge? Our lab works at the intersection of neuroscience and psychology, drawing on learning, memory consolidation, sleep, perception, and computer science.
Our primary tools include cognitive experiments, brain imaging, and sleep studies, with newly developed computational tools for studying the brain.
Congratulations to Griff and Brandon for being admitted to Psychology graduate programs so they can continue their cognitive neuroscience training!
The lab is recruiting a Lab Coordinator to start this summer! For the official posting, see: https://www.pittsource.com/postings/133188
Griffin (above) and Marc presented some of the lab's recent findings at Pitt's 2016 Brain Day
The lab started the year by successfully escaping a room, allowing us to continue our research (with or without hats)
Marc discussed the psychological appeal of escape rooms in the Pittsburgh City Paper
Congratulations to Griffin for officially receiving his Bachelor's degree in the 2016 graduation ceremony!
Marc will be a Faculty Honoree at the 2016 University of Pittsburgh's 40th Honors Convocation
Marc N. Coutanche, PhD (CV)
Psychology and Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
Learning Research & Development Center