Alfredo Bolaños

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I joined the Curtis lab in Fall 2016 as a doctoral student. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology at San Francisco State University in 2014, then became an apprentice scientists under the Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP) (R25) at the University of New Mexico.

My research is focused on investigating neural representations of prioritized items in working memory (WM). Utilizing a retinotopic mapping method developed in our lab and a WM task that manipulates priorty; we aim to elucidate how WM resources are allocated.  

 

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