Attention Development in Children and Adolescents
This project is designed to study the normal development of selective attention in children. Children, ages 6 to 18 are asked to play one or two computer games where they are asked to either look for a picture on the screen or identify letters and numbers. The study generally takes between one and two hours.

This study is currently seeking children from age 6 to 18 as well as adults as a comparison group. For more information, or if you would like your child or teen to participate in this research, contact Dr. Couperus at

Student Div III Projects
This year, as every year there are Division III students completing research on the neurological correlates of cognition. Studies examine a variety of topics. If you would be interested in participating in ERP studies please send your contact information to