The Psychophysiology of Emotion and Human NeuroCognition Lab engages in research to better understand how emotionally salient information captures attention, is processed, encoded, and represented in working memory.
To accomplish these goals we use a combination of basic cognitive psychology techniques supported by psychophysiological measures including autonomic measures (skin conductance, heart rate), startle response modulation, and event-related brain potentials.
Ultimately we are interested in the impact and function of emotional cognitive operations on associated cognitive behaviors, decisions, motivations as well as their potential contribution to symptoms of psychopathology.
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