News

Check here for quick updates about the lab, or head over to Caitlin’s Corner for a more casual look at what goes on behind the scenes. Thanks for stopping by!

July 31st 2020: Congratulations to Ben and Joe for each successfully defending their master’s thesis!! It’s a deserved accomplishment and definitely adds joy to these vexing times. Time to celebrate~

June 19th 2020: The Fukuda Lab participates in the Vision Sciences Society conference, live now! Check out our conference posters page for our current posters and stay tuned with Joe’s twitter account! We are always open to questions so please send us an email if there is something you’re curious about.

June 11th 2020: Matthew experiments with applying some models to his data on mind wandering from his metronome counting task in today’s journal club – complicated stuff!!

March 15th 2020: Our website is almost finished construction and ready for (re)launch! In other news, the university has suspended all classes starting 03/16/2020 until 04/03/2020 due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus. Check here for current updates from the school!

2020

August 31st 2019: Hard to believe that Fall is around the corner. Two new graduate students (Ben & Joe) joined our lab! Our former lab manager April is starting her Master’s program at Waterloo and Fatima will be our new lab manager!

October 22nd 2019: Our collaboration with Woodman lab at the Vanderbilt University has just been published in Memory & Cognition! If you are interested in our ability to voluntarily control what gets encoded into visual long-term memory, check it out!

2019

January 25th 2018: We have recently launched an EEG study that tracks our ability to voluntarily control the quality of visual long-term memory encoding across the lifespan. Very Exciting!

2018

May 5th 2017: Our new paper “Visual working memory buffers information retrieved from visual long-term memory.” is now published at PNAS!

2017

October 24th 2016: Our recent publication that dissociated neural markers of visual working memory was highlighted at the Journal of Neurophysiology! Check out the article here.

2016

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