The Miller Laboratory uses experimental and theoretical approaches to study the neural basis of cognition. We investigate how categories, concepts, and rules are learned, mental flexibility, how attention is focused, and, more generally, how the brain coordinates goal-directed thought and action.
Our goal is to construct more detailed, mechanistic accounts of how executive control is implemented in the brain and its dysfunction in diseases such as autism, schizophrenia, and attention deficit disorder.
Our Research Is Supported by
Richard and Linda Hardy
CELEST, an NSF Science of Learning Center (NSF SBE-0354378)
The Prof. Amar G. Bose Research Program