Email: sszczepa at berkeley dot edu
Office: 210D Barker Hall
About Me: I received my BA in 2001 from Colgate University and my MA in 2006 and PhD in 2010 from Princeton University. My dissertation focused on the mechanisms of attentional control using fMRI and TMS. As part of the Knight Lab, I will be using EEG and ECoG to study the mechanisms of attentional control in the intact and damaged human brain.Publications with the Knight Lab:
Differential Sources for 2 Neural Signatures of Target Detection: An Electrocorticography Study Journal: Cerebral Cortex, 2016.
Insights into human behavior from lesions to prefrontal cortex Journal: Neuron, 2014.
Dynamic changes in phase-amplitude coupling facilitate spatial attention control in fronto-parietal cortex Journal: PLoS Biology, 2014.
Oscillations and behavior: the role of phase-amplitude coupling in cognition Book: Cognitive Electrophysiology of Attention, 2013.