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Comparative Cognition at
Auburn University

Research in our lab uses a multi-species, multi-method, converging operations approach to uncover general processes of cognition

What Happens in the the Lab?

We study humans and nonhumans in abstract-concept learning, visual perception, and visual working memory using both traditional operant methods and neuroimaging, using the scanner at Auburn's new imaging center. Check out some recent lab publications to get an overview of our work.

Want to Join Forces?

We have opportunities for qualified graduate and undergraduate students interested in learning more about cognition. Contact Dr. Katz (katzjef@auburn.edu) with questions about joining the lab, or check out the lab members page to get the inside scoop on life in the lab.