Joy Geng, Center for Mind & Brain

Joy Geng is an associate professor of psychology. Her research focuses on how goal-directed and sensory-driven information are integrated to determine what we perceive.

Geng's Integrated Attention Lab uses fMRI and eye-tracking combined with response time and accuracy measurements is to study both neural and cognitive processes. The purpose of the work is to understand the mechanisms of selective attention that flexibly balance sensitivity to external information with the ability to focus on a task of choice.

Learn more about Joy Geng at her faculty webpage.