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In what looks to be an incredibly successful partnership, the universities of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon have teamed up in an "investigation of the neural mechanisms that give rise to human cognitive abilities..." This site, the online home for the center is packed full of interesting resources for researchers, prospective students, and graduate students alike. The Research section is immensely well organized and fruitful. There is even a way to search for research based on Methods, Topics, or the Department / Program of interest. Topics include perceptual processing, working memory, perceptual stability, Alzheimer research, and much more. Interested students should check out the Graduate Training link for application details and post-docs should visit the Other Training link.

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