Psychology professors receive Regents grant for EEG neuroscience lab

A group of psychology professors received a grant from the Louisiana Board of Regents this summer for more than $100,000 to enhance equipment in the electroencephalogram neuroscience lab. The grant also funds two eye tracker devices and an Event-Related Potential boot camp led by University of California in Davis psychology professor and author Steven Luck. The learning workshop aims to foster research in the EEG lab. Psychology professors professors Sean Lane, Melissa Beck, Megan Papesh, Alex Cohen, Matthew Calamia and Emily Elliott were awarded the grant. The Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Stacia Haynie, provided the grant to fund the original lab equipment in 2014, said psychology professor Sean Lane. The EEG lab has a BioSemi 64-channel Event Related Potential system and an EyeLink system. “In…


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