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PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience


The Cognitive Neuroscience PhD program in Psychology will train students to become experts in the study of the neuroscience of cognition and behavior. Students will explore the neurobiology of cognition with developmental, cognitive and clinical neuroscience researchers in the areas of sensorimotor behavior and perception, language, memory, executive function and substance abuse.

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