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Leo received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in Cognition & Perception Psychology, with a specialization in Cognitive Neuroscience. He joined Hopkins as a postdoc and then staff Research Scientist in the Courtney and Yantis laboratories.
He has conducted research on working memory, attention, and perception in healthy young adults, and in multiple sclerosis and aging populations, using behavioral and neuroimaging methods.
Leo is now a faculty Research Scientist in Psychological & Brain Sciences.
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Cognitive control; Cognitive aging; Arithmetic processing; Functional neuroimaging (EEG, MEG, fMRI).
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Sex differences in neural activity (EEG) underlying working memory processes; changes in neural activity over the lifespan in the adult and aging brain.
Before joining the Courtney Lab, Tara studied at the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her B.A. in Cognitive Science. She also spent time as a student researcher at the University of Cambridge, England. Her past behavioral research explored the relationship between viewing physical gesture and memory of episodic events.
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Research Interests: behavior, memory, cognitive aging, neurodegenerative diseases
Research Interests: attention, memory, perception
Research Interests: Neurodegenerative diseases, memory and memory loss, mindfulness, and developmental disorders.
Research Interests: Cognition, attention & memory, psychopharmacology, neurodegenerative and psychiatric diseases.
Research Interests: sleep, memory, addiction, multi-sensory integration, stress, anxiety and depression, and neurodegenerative diseases
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