Center for Applied Cognitive Neuroscience open for business

The Colorado State University Center for Applied Cognitive Neuroscience is freshly painted, newly carpeted, and open for business. The Department of Psychology hosted a ribbon-cutting for the new center, a project about two years in the making led by psychology faculty members Lucy Troup and Don Rojas. Imaging equipment, research space The center is in the basement of Clark Hall’s C Wing. It houses imaging instrumentation including an electro-encephalogram (EEG) for temporal brain scanning and a functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) device for spatial resolution of the brain. The renovated space has a reception area for clinical patients in research projects and one-way glass for observation of that research. “We wanted to create a center in which the psychology department could share expertise with the rest of the university,” Troup said. Shared facility model…


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