I study how learning unfolds over time in the human brain. I use behavioral, neurostimulatory, and functional neuroimaging methods to understand the types of local and global scale regularities to which human learners are sensitive, and I examine the neural substrates that work in concert to support the learning process across domains.

 

 

 

 

 

Elisabeth A. Karuza

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Center for Cognitive Neuroscience

University of Pennsylvania