Edward K. Vogel
Professor in the Department of Psychology
Professor Vogel focuses on attention & memory capacity, individual differences in cognition, and neural measures of working memory, joined Institute for Mind and Biology in 2015. He has expertise in EEG, psychophysical, and neuroimaging approaches to examining the capacity limits of attention and working memory in humans and how these basic cognitive mechanisms give rise to complex intelligent behavior. Recent work has centered on characterizing neural mechanisms underlying brief lapses of attention and how they contribute to individual differences in overall cognitive ability.