Atsushi Kikumoto

Atsushi Kikumoto

Postdoctoral research associate

Cognitive, Linguistic, & Psychological Science

Brown University

I am interested in studying neural mechanisms that support cognitive control and working memory for flexible behavior. I use a range of methods including, EEG, eye-tracking, fMRI, and computational modeling.

I am currently a postdoctoral research associate at the Brown University, where I work with David Badre, and at the RIKEN Center for Brain Science, where I work with Kazuhisa Shibata. I completed my Ph.D at the University of Oregon with Ulrich Mayr. During my Ph.D program, I visited the Max Planck Institute of Human Development in Berlin to join Cognitive and Neuronal Dynamic of Memory Across Lifespan team.

Interests

  • Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Cognitive Psychology

Education

  • PhD in Psychology, 2020

    University of Oregon

  • BS in Psychology, 2014

    University of Oregon

Publications and Preprints

“*” denotes that authors contributed equally to the work

(2020). Does conflict resolution rely on working memory?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learnning, Mememory, and Cognition.

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(2014). Control of task sequences: What is the role of language?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learnning, Mememory, and Cognition.

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