Predicting attention and behavior with whole-brain functional connectivity
Department of Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience), Yale University
Rosenberg holds a Bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in Cognitive Neuroscience for Brown University. After obtaining her degree, she pursued a Master’s in the same field at Yale University, and is now a PhD student at this very institution, after being granted a Graduate Research Fellowship by the National Science Foundation.
Using behavioral and neuroimaging methods, Monica Rosenberg studies how people sustain attention (or fail to do so), and tries to find ways to improve attentional performance. Rosenberg also uses resting-state functional connectivity to study individual differences in attention and performance. Do not miss out on this riveting lecture!
Location: New Haven, USA