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William Esber

Assistant Professor
Psychology

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Dr. Esber received his Ph.D. in Psychology from Cardiff University, UK, working under the supervision of John M. Pearce on the mechanisms of cue competition in associative learning. He then moved to the U.S. to pursue postdoctoral training in behavioral neuroscience under the supervision of Peter C. Holland (Johns Hopkins University) and Geoffrey Schoenbaum (National Institute on Drug Abuse). During this training he focuses on the neural mechanisms of attention in learning, and published a theoretical model on the role of attention in learning. He opened the Brooklyn Neurobiology of Learning lab at Brooklyn College in the summer of 2016. For more information on his lab's research please visit www.esberlab.com.

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