J. Benjamin Hutchinson
Inder Singh is interested in the mechanisms that underlie information storage and retrieval. Inder’s background is in electronics engineering and cognitive psychology. An engineer at heart, Inder’s research hopes to understand the data structure that underlies human memory and the role of time in memory.
Danlei is a first-year graduate student. She recently graduated from the University of Rochester, majoring in Brain and Cognitive Sciences. Danlei’s undergraduate research project focused on the neural representations of distributional information, using both behavioral and fMRI methods. Her interests now lie in the neural mechanism of the interaction between visual attention and memory.
Thomas M. Biba
Thomas recently graduated from the University of San Francisco as a psychology major and philosophy minor. He is fascinated by how perception, attention, and memory interface to give rise to consciousness. In future work, he seeks to utilize behavioral, computational, and multivariate fMRI methods to reveal the neural bases of these phenomena. In addition, he is interested in how philosophy of science can inform methodology.