Dr. Knobloch-Westerwick’s research examines the selection, processing, and effects of mediated communication. A key thread in her work pertains to antecedents and consequences of selective exposure to mediated messages. Her publications include three books; the latest monograph came out in 2015.
I am the Program Assistant for The Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences and The Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging.
Rim Yoseph is interested in understanding the cellular mechanisms of demyelination and endogenous remyelination after traumatic spinal cord injury.
Ayala Allon studies how individuals filter irrelevant information in the visual environment, the underlying mechanisms that enable the improvement of filtering performance and individual differences in filtering ability.
Staley's research interests include digital history, the philosophy of history, historical methodology, and the history and future of higher education.
My current research focuses on music cognition, and more specifically the factors that influence the perception of rhythm similarity.
Currently, I'm a senior set to graduate in December pursuing majors in Arabic and Neuroscience, with minors in WGSS and Creative Writing. At the moment, I'm interested in research relating to trauma/PTSD in developing brains.
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