People

Khena Marie Iyer Swallow

Assistant Professor

My research uses behavioral, neuroimaging, and eye-tracking methods to examine how changes in events structure our knowledge of the world and influence ongoing cognitive and perceptual processes.

Graduate Student Collaborators

Stav Atir

Graduate Student

Interests: self-control, reward, self-perception

Ayse Candan

Graduate Student

Catalina Iricinschi

Graduate Student

Gandalf (Bohan) Li

Graduate Student

Interests: Time perception; attention; network theory; human-centred design; video game design; everything Tolkien

Hamid Turker

Graduate Student

Interests: The moderating effects of events and mediating effects of cognitive control states on attention, reward-processing, and memory

Undergraduate Researchers

Katrina Bamba

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Mariel Emrich

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Jovan Kemp

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Danny (Dong) Lin

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Logan Lin

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Past Team Members

Daniela Baca Gutierrez Gomez Rueda

[Alumnus] Undergraduate Research Assistant

Clara Freeman

[Alumnus] Undergraduate Research Assistant

Patrick (Tae-Young) Kim

[Alumnus] Undergraduate Research Assistant

Sichun Liu

[Alumnus] Undergraduate Research Assistant

Nicolas Ramos

[Alumnus] Honors Student

Santiago Roa Sierra

[Alumnus] Undergraduate Research Assistant

Tu Tu

[Alumnus] Undergraduate Research Assistant

Courses

Spring 2015
COGST 1101/PSYCH 1102: Introduction to Cognitive Science

Fall 2014
Psych 3550: The Psychology of Attention

Spring 2014
COGST 1101/PSYCH 1102: Introduction to Cognitive Science

Fall 2013
Psych 3550: The Psychology of Attention


Contact us

Attention, Memory, and Perception Lab
B84 Uris Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853