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Attention & Memory Laboratory

Attention & Memory Laboratory

What do we do in the Attention and Memory lab? Dr Ciara Greene explains.

The Attention and Memory (A&M lab) was established in 2014 by Associate Professor Ciara Greene to explore the cognitive processes of attention and memory and the ways in which they interact in everyday life.  Our studies investigate topics such as the factors that predict false memory, the influence of emotional state on memory and the phenomenon of ‘inattentional blindness’ (i.e. the failure to notice unexpected objects in the environment). We use a range of techniques including behavioural measures, eyetracking, virtual reality and neuroimaging. Our research is funded by the Health Research Board, the Irish Research Council and the Fulbright Commission of Ireland.

  • Our mission is to advance current understanding of attention and memory processes.
    Our lab also aims to apply well-established scientific theories and paradigms to real-world problems. These include eyewitness memory errors and susceptibility to ‘fake news'

Find out more at (opens in a new window)ucdattentionmemory.com!

Contact Details

Phone: 01-716-8334

Email: (opens in a new window)ucdattentionmemory@gmail.com

Further information about ongoing projects: 
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UCD School of Psychology

Newman Building, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.