Assistant Professor, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Faculty Affiliate, Aging Studies InstituteCurriculum Vitae
Dr. Lynn Lohnas researches how memories are formed, stored and retrieved. She is interested in the neural and cognitive processes supporting successful memory encoding and the dynamics of memory retrieval, focusing on the influences of memory associations to these processes. In her research, she assess behavior and brain activity with computational cognitive models, electrophysiology and neuroimaging techniques.
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, Neuroscience
B.A., Brandeis University, Neuroscience and Mathematics