News from the roar lab at the ohio state university
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The ROAR Lab is concerned with research on attentional rhythmicity. It is part of the Psychology Department at The Ohio State University where this lab has been active for over 15 years. Ohio State University is one of the largest state funded universities in the US; it is located in Columbus, Ohio. The department of Psychology at Ohio State comprises about 50 faculty members; of these, eight are current members of the Cognitive Experimental Area. Mari Riess Jones is a Professor in cognitive experimental area of the Department of Psychology; she is also the head of the ROAR Lab. The Cognitive Experimental Area trains both undergraduate psychology majors, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Students and fellows at all these levels participate in the research of the ROAR Lab (http://www.psy.ohio-state.edu/roar/).
Over the last decade many different projects have consumed the interest of ROAR researchers. Much of this research is concerned with perception and...
KeywordsAuditory Dynamic attending Rhythm Pattern
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