How do we learn about the complex multisensory world?
The Computation, Learning, and Representation (CLEAR) Lab, located in the Department of Psychology at the University of New Hampshire, investigates how we learn about the complex sensory world using tools from computational cognitive neuroscience. We study how we learn by interacting in complex environments like video games and virtual reality. We are especially interested in how adults learn second languages and how language itself influences how we learn.
The CLEAR Lab opened in Fall 2023!
We are recruiting research assistants and PhD students!
See Join the Lab for more information!
- 2023-11: Our collaborative paper with Vishal Thakkar, Bharath Chandrasekaran, and Tracy Centanni has been accepted for publication in Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research! Check out the pre-print here -- Auditory category learning in children with dyslexia.
- 2023-10: Our collaborative paper with Hadeer Derawi and Yafit Gabay was published in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review: Procedural auditory category learning is selectively disrupted in developmental language disorder.
- 2023-10: We ran the first participant in the CLEAR Lab at UNH!
- 2023-09: Five new RAs have joined the lab! Welcome Darrin, Lyra, Meredith, Marissa, and Virginia!
- 2023-08: Dr. Casey Roark joined the Department of Psychology at the University of New Hampshire as an Assistant Professor!
- 2023-04: Check out coverage of our 2023 Psychological Science paper on learning in dyslexia from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh!