Human Spatial Cognition Lab


Arne David Ekstrom

Credit Type

Social Science

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Human Spatial Cognition Lab


We are looking for motivated students with an interest in cognitive neuroscience to help conduct research on spatial cognition and memory. Students are able to learn about psychological research by running behavioral experiments, programming experimental tasks, and attending our weekly lab meetings (time TBD). There are also opportunities to conduct individual research projects for students who have been in the lab for some time (i.e. at least 2 quarters). 


Research Methods (PSC 41) and at least one of the following courses: Cognitive Psychology (PSC 100), Perception (PSC 131), or Cognitive Neuroscience (PSC 135).


Applicants should download the application form at and return it to Jennifer Lieberman along with a resume or description of past work or research experience. Motivated sophomores and juniors are especially encouraged to apply. We require a registration of at least 2 units (6 hours/week).

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Jennifer Lieberman

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