Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall

Welcome to the ACT lab, a cognitive psychology and neuroscience research group led by Samuel McDougle in the Department of Psychology at Yale University.


News


January 21st, 2021
• New paper out at Neuron: "Behavioral, physiological, and neural signatures of surprise during naturalistic sports viewing"


October 22nd, 2020
• New preprint: "Executive modulation of brain reward systems endows goals with value" [link]


September 15th, 2020
• New preprint: "An associative learning account of sensorimotor adaptation" [link]


July 28th, 2020
• New paper out at Psychonomic Bulletin & Review: "Modeling the influence of working memory, reinforcement, and action uncertainty on reaction time and choice during instrumental learning" [link]


June 18th, 2020
• New preprint: "The role of executive function in shaping reinforcement learning" [link]


April 9th, 2020
• New preprint: "Cerebellar degeneration selectively disrupts continuous mental operations in visual cognition" [link]


March 29th, 2020
• New preprint: "Behavioral, physiological, and neural signatures of surprise during naturalistic sports viewing" [link]


March 20th, 2020
• New paper accepted at Journal of Neurophysiology [link]


November 26th, 2019
• New preprint: "Distinct processing of selection and execution errors in neural signatures of outcome monitoring" [link]


August 2nd, 2019
• New preprint: "Explicit strategies in force field adaptation" [link]


July 1st, 2019
• New preprint: "The influence of working memory, reinforcement learning, and action uncertainty on choice reaction time" [link]


May 2nd, 2019
• New paper out in Current Biology [link]


March 31st, 2019
• It's official: starting a lab @ Yale in Summer 2020! [link]


Janurary 3rd, 2019
• New paper out in Nature Communications [link]