Welcome to the Action, Control and Learning lab. 

We study many aspects of response selection, the set of processes that transform sensory inputs into goal-directed actions.  Our investigations lead us to examine many phenomena, including cognitive controldual-task interference, and implicit learning, and to use diverse methods, including traditional behavioral studies, patient studies, functional neuroimaging, and computational modeling.  We are also working to apply what we learn to practical issues, such as helping children learn to read and assisting individuals with neurological damage recover function.