Memory Research Unit (MRU)
The Memory Research Unit (MRU) conducts pure and applied research in the field of human memory.
- The MRU studies memory through the systematic examination of behaviour, mainly (but not only!) in a laboratory setting
- Members of the MRU call upon a variety of techniques and methods used in cognitive psychology including laboratory-based, computer-controlled methods, psychophysiology, and web-based, interactive techniques.
MembersThe Memory Research Unit comprises a group of ten researchers: four of them are from the Psychology Department at City and the other six are from other Universities. Read more about the MRU members.
Current ProjectsCurrent projects cover a number of topics. Visit the MRU projects page to learn more and see who is involved.
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