we use neuroimaging and computational modeling to study how the brain represents and uses uncertain information.
fMRI, EEG, & ECoG (humans)
electrophysiology (primates, rats)
calcium imaging (rodents)
generative models, monte carlo simulation, Bayesian decision theory, signal detection theory, neural networks, machine learning
tDCS & TMS (humans)
DREADDs & inactivation (rodents)
we are seeking undergraduate research assistants, master's students, and doctoral students.
welcome to the neural computation lab
PI: Dr. Megan Peters
the lab is under construction and will be up and running in fall 2017!