Carol A. Seger
PhD: University of California at Los Angeles, 1994
Area of Specialization: Cognitive neuroscience, learning and memory, basal ganglia, functional MRI.
Teaching Courses: Cognitive Neuroscience and Lab (PY458, PY459), Learning and Memory (PY352), Graduate Cognitive Neuroscience (PY600B).
Monday- 9:15a.m.-9:45a.m. | Tuesday- | Wednesday- | Thursday- | Friday- 11:00a.m.-11:30a.m. | By Appointment- X
Braunlich, K., Gomez-Lavin, J., Seger, C.A. (2015). Frontoparietal networks involved in categorization and item working memory. Neuroimage 107:146-162.
Seger, C. A., Braunlich, K., Wehe, H. S., & Liu, Z. (2015). Generalization in category learning: The roles of representational and decisional uncertainty. The Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 8802-8812.
Seger, C. A , Spiering, B. J., Sares, A., Alpeter, C. Quraini, S., David, J., & Thaut, M. (2013). Corticostriatal contributions to musical expectancy perception. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 25, 1062–1077.
Seger, C A. & Miller, E. K. (2010). Category learning in the brain. Annual Review of Neuroscience. 33, 203-219.
Seger Cognitive Neuroimaging Lab: Our lab uses functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), cognitive testing, and anatomical imaging to investigate a variety of topics in
the cognitive neuroscience of human learning and cognition. Our core research examines how interactions between basal ganglia and cortex in corticostriatal "loops" contribute to category learning. We also collaborate on a variety of projects in areas as diverse as risk taking in adolescence, recognition memory, musical harmony and rhythm processing, and neuroeconomics.
Location: Behavioral Sciences Building room 267