SFA’s Human Neuroscience Lab offers high-tech equipment for student, faculty research

Stephen F. Austin State University graduate students Rebecca Recio-Swift and T.J. Swift demonstrate neuro-feedback equipment in the university’s Human Neuroscience Lab, which is located on the first floor of the Human Services Building, Room 105, on the university campus. Sept. 27, 2016   NACOGDOCHES — A blue cap with protruding wires maps the brain activity of Stephen F. Austin State University graduate student T.J. Swift as he demonstrates neuro-feedback equipment in the university’s Human Neuroscience Lab.   During the demonstration, a monitor displays a digital version of T.J.’s brain with reds, greens and yellows illustrating the electrical signals, while T.J.’s wife and fellow graduate student, Rebecca Recio-Swift, administers a study to track T.J.’s attention.   “Working in the lab is probably one of the best experiences I will ever have,” Rebecca…


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