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Michael D. Rugg, Ph.D.

fNIM lab at Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting.

April 1, 2019

The fNIM lab recently attended the 26th Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society…

New study on Neural selectivity highlighted in Science Magazine

February 18, 2019

fNIM lab receives a shout-out for our recent publication on age-related neural dedifferentiation. Neural…

ABOUT THE fNIM LAB

Research programs in our laboratory use electrophysiological (EEG & ERP), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) methods to investigate a variety of aspects of human memory.

We are mainly interested in the cognitive and neural bases of memory encoding and retrieval, as well as how and why memory function differs as a result of healthy aging or neurological disease.

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LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Hill, P.F., King, D.R., and Rugg, M.D (2020)

Hill, P.F., King, D.R., and Rugg, M.D. Age differences in retrieval-related reinstatement reflect age-related dedifferentiation at encoding. Cerebral Cortex, in press.

Hou, M., de Chastelaine, M., Jayakumar, M., Donley, B. E., and Rugg, M.D. (2020)

Hou, M., de Chastelaine, M., Jayakumar, M., Donley, B. E., and Rugg, M.D. (2020) Recollection-related hippocampal fMRI effects predict longitudinal memory change in healthy older adults. Neuropsychologia, in press.

Rugg, M.D. (2020)

Rugg, M.D. Frontoparietal contributions to retrieval. In Kahana, M.J., and Wagner, A.D. (Eds.), Handbook on Human Memory, Oxford University Press, in press

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