Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at UCSC

Welcome to the Samaha Lab

Our lab uses psychophysics and computational modeling in concert with tools from cognitive neuroscience to measure and manipulate the human brain. We seek to understand the neural basis of visual consciousness, attention, perceptual decision making, metacognition, and working memory, and have a particular interest in the role of neural oscillations in these domains.

We are housed within the Department of Psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

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News

entry: 4.3.19

Chin/headrests are expensive! We made a step-by-step guide on how to make your own research-quality headrest for visual psychophysics for about $100 using computer monitor stands and some wood! [PDF]

entry: 2.10.19

Register now! The Northern California Consciousness Conference @ UC Davis March 15th: nccucdavis.org