Anthony J. Ryals | Department of Psychology

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Anthony J. Ryals

Assistant Professor
TH 371

PhD: Colorado State University, 2012
Postdoctoral Fellowship: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Research Summary: In my research program, I seek to advance understanding of how explicit and implicit processes operate and interact in episodic memory. Relatedly, this research involves investigating how executive functioning and subjective awareness of memory (or lack of awareness) relates to behavior, brain function, and quality of life in both healthy and cognitively impaired populations. In my research I use integrative research methods including computerized experimentation, eye tracking, electrophysiology (EEG and ERPs), neuroimaging, and neuropsychological assessments.

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