Jane Couperus is a developmental cognitive neuroscientist. Her research focuses on the neurological bases of visual selective attention and visual selective attention development. Her work utilizes event related potentials (i.e. electrical activity in the brain) to examine how we select out relevant visual information while simultaneously filtering out non-relevant information in both children (6-12 years) and adults. Couperus teaches courses in child and adolescent psychology and cognitive neuroscience, and courses that combine the two. She also teaches a course on the neuroscience and psychology of sex and gender.
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National Science Foundation grant for "Collaborative Research: Level II Preparing Undergraduates for Research in STEM-related fields Using Electrophysiology (PURSUE)." The project is for five years. (2019)
Bukach, C.M., Bukach, N., Reed, C.L., & Couperus, J.W. (2021). Open Science as a Path to Education of New Psychophysiologists. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 76-83. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2021.04.001
Couperus, J.W., *Lydic, K.O., *Hollis, J.E., *Roy, J.L, *Lowe, A.R., Bukach, C., Reed., C. (2021). Individual Differences in Working Memory and the N2pc. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience,15, 620413 DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2021.620413