The Cognitive Aging & Neuroimaging (CAN) Lab, in the Department of Psychology at Penn State, examines the effects of aging on learning and memory processes using both behavioral and functional neuroimaging (fMRI) methods. Our lab focuses on several cognitive processes associated with learning and memory including the study of true memories, false memories, relational memories, implicit learning and cognitive control of both remembering and forgetting. With respect to cognitive aging, our research concentrates on the examination of age-related neural markers of cognitive decline, as well as mechanisms for neural compensation.
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Mailing Address

Cognitive Aging & Neuroimaging Lab                                             Phone: 814-865-0878
441 Moore Building                                                                            Email:
University Park, PA 16802
                                                                FAX: 814-863-7002