A board certified physiatrist with subspecialty certification in brain injury medicine, Dr. Bockbrader applies cognitive neuroscience principles from her PhD training to clinical problems in neurorehabilitation.
I am interested in attention and cognitive control, specifically how we focus on relevant stimuli and ignore irrelevant stimuli.
Broadly, my works seeks to accomplish the following goals: 1) Examine the intersection between cognitive control and affective processes and how these processes impact motivation and reward in day-to-day life, 2) Uncover the neural representations of these processes, specifically through advanced
Hubert Léveillé Gauvin is a PhD candidate in music theory at the Ohio State University. He’s interested in compositional and production practices in popular music. More specifically, his work examines paradigmatic changes in socio-cultural and economic environments and their impact on music.
I am a second year in the Neuroscience Program and would like to increase my involvement in research. I am currently working in Dr. Ahn's lab, but he will be leaving at the end of the summer.
My research topics include generalized latent variable modeling and its parameter estimation, with a focus on item response modeling.
I am interested in how language and grammar informs observer/participant conceptions and experiences of religion(s), the psycho-linguistics of the religious experience, theories of mind, and cognitive science in general.