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Season 1, Episode 4 - Neuroscience Lab Driving Student Success Beyond the Undergrad Experience

Transcript | Duration: 21:42

About This Episode:

Undergraduate students at Cal State Dominguez Hills participate in meaningful experiences ranging from observational studies and laboratory experiments to biomedical and psychophysiological research. Students work closely with faculty mentors in the neuroscience lab partnering on scholarly writing and research. The program has been successful in increasing the aspirations of students towards careers in research and enrolling in competitive graduate programs across the nation.


Resources for This Episode:

Dr. Mark Carrier

Katie Couric’s “America Inside Out” highlights the work of the CSUDH George Marsh Applied Cognition Laboratory

Dr. Carrier and the CSUDH brain imaging laboratory (use the settings and the closed captions option to see English subtitles)

Council on Undergraduate Research - an organization dedicated to the advancement of undergraduate research across the nation. 


Dr. Larry Rosen

"The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World" Adam Gazzaley, MD, Ph.D. and Larry D. Rosen, Ph.D. (MIT Press, 2016)

George Marsh Applied Cognition Laboratory

“Rewired: The Psychology of Technology” blog by Dr. Larry Rosen

Twitter: @DrLarryRosen