Using Memory to Guide Attentional Control in Older Adulthood

February 10, 2020
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Schwarz Conference Rm, McMillan Hsp, Medical Campus

This seminar is part of the monthly Issues in Aging series that highlights current research and perspectives on aging-relevant issues from experts in medicine, social work, psychology, law and more.

Open to all. No RSVP necessary.
Pizza and beverages will be available. Attendees are also invited to bring lunch.


Julie Bugg, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, School of Arts & Sciences

Professor Bugg is interested in the use of cognitive control to achieve attention and memory-related goals. She is principal investigator of the Cognitive Control & Aging Lab. Her research explores the mechanisms that are used to resolve interference in conflict tasks (e.g., Stroop) and the various levels at which these mechanisms operate (e.g., list-level vs. item-specific level).

Directions & Parking

The Schwarz Conference room is located in the Maternity Building, which is accessible through the McMillan Hospital Building on Euclid Avenue (view a map of the Medical Campus). Parking information for the Medical Campus can be found here.

Event Sponsors: Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging and the Division of Geriatrics and Nutritional Science at the School of Medicine