Welcome to the Rahnev lab at Georgia Tech. We investigate the brain processes that allow us to perceive the world. In particular, our focus is on the top-down mechanisms that modulate the normal visual process. We use a variety of methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), psychophysics, and computational modeling. We also strongly support open science and share the data and code for all our papers.Learn more about our research
We have a number of openings, including for Postdocs and Lab Managers. If interested, visit our OPENINGS page.
GNew paper accepted by TICS
Medha's paper "The sources of metacognitive inefficiency" got accepted by Trends in Cognitive Science.
Welcome Johan Nakuci joining the lab as a new postdoc!
GNew Lab Manager
Kai Xue joined as a new lab Manager
Dr. Rahnev was awarded the Young Investigator Program award from the Office of Naval Research.