Kyle Curham

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Graduate Student, Cognition & Neural Systems
Faculty Advisor: John Allen
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of South Florida, 2012 
B.A. Psychology, University of South Florida, 2013
Psychology 412
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My research interests are in the organizational principles guiding large-scale brain activity.  How does complex cognition and behavior emerge from the oscillatory properties of populations of neurons?  I use ideas from dynamical systems theory to make predictions about oscillatory processes in the brain, and try to verify them using EEG. Currently, I am interested in expounding upon the mechanisms underlying the theta-band fronto-central ERPs.

I received my bachelors degrees in Mechanical Enginerring (2012) and Psychology (2013) from the University of South Florida, where I worked in the Research and Robotics Testbed, with Dr. Stephanie Carey, and the Psychophysiological Laboratory, with Dr. Geoffrey Potts.  I am currently a first year graduate student working in the Psychophysiological Laboratory with Dr. John Allen at the University of Arizona.  

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