Nathan M. Petro

Postdoctoral Fellow

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Institute for Human Neuroscience

I am broadly interested in understanding how the brain prioritizes behaviorally relevant sensory information. I pursue these interests using multi-modal metrics of brain activity, including oscillatory activity (M/EEG) and functional MR imaging. I seek both to gain a basic scientific understanding of how these measures relate to perception and behavior, and how their individual differences emerge across the lifespan and relate to symptoms of mental health disorder.


B.A. - Psychology, Philosophy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2012)
Ph.D. - Psychology - Behavioral & Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Florida (2018)
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