We are pleased to welcome our newest Postdoc, Xiaoping, to the lab!
Welcome to the Duncan Memory Lab
Why do we remember some events and not others?
How do important events change memory?
How does the hippocampus support memory encoding and retrieval?
We are working towards answering these questions, and more, through our research.
MEET OUR LAB
New paper published in Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences!
Lexi and Katherine have published a new paper titled: Acetylcholine and the complex interdependence of memory and attention.
Read it here!
Ariana has successfully defended her Master’s thesis and has moved on to completing her PhD.
New paper in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience!
Katherine has published a new paper titled: Modulating the Use of Multiple Memory Systems in Value-based Decisions with Contextual Novelty.
Read it here!
Congratulations to Anuya and Lexi!
Anuya and Lexi have both received the Ontario Graduate Scholarship for their doctoral research. Well done Anuya and Lexi!
Our first paper is published in Psychological Science!
Patil & Duncan published a new paper in Psychological Science, “Lingering Cognitive States Shape Fundamental Mnemonic Abilities.” You can read the paper online here.
A warm welcome to our new postdoctoral fellow, Andrew Bauer!
The Toronto Neuroimaging Facility has opened!
Congratulations to Meg Schlichting for accepting a faculty position in the Psychology Department!
A warm welcome to our new postdoctoral fellow, Meg Schlichting!
Congratulations to our lab alumni, Sara Pishdadian, Rachel Downey and Louisa Man. Best of luck in your future endeavors!
Congratulations on successfully defending your Master’s thesis, Anuya!