About Our Lab
Spatial, Temporal, Action, Representation (STAR) Lab
How does the brain perceive time and space? Philosophers may debate the nature of each, but our lab aims to empirically study how the brain constructs these dimensions. Even more exciting: we are not just interested in time and space alone, but what they are used for. For time, a major use of interest is the perception of rhythm and music. For space, we are interested in how this dimension is used for navigation and processing value.
- Inquiries about undergraduate research opportunities may be directed to Dr. Martin Wiener.
- Our lab has been awarded a research grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
We have great news!
Members of the S.T.A.R. Lab will be presenting timing research at the 2nd Conference of the Timing Research Forum (TRF2) in Queretaro, Mexico in October 2019!
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Research by the STAR Lab is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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