Hannah Gura, BS in Neuroscience, IRTA
Hannah Gura has a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience from Muhlenberg College. At NNU, Hannah is involved in an exploratory study investigating biomarkers of cortical change with the use of ketamine in treatment-resistant depression, and an investigation into the use of neurofeedback to enhance transcranial magnetic stimulation in non-clinical populations.
The neurobiology of dreaming. Picchioni D, Abdollahi S, Cost VE, Gura H, Pace-Schott EF. 2021. In Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine (7th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
Prediction Error Parameters for Visuospatial Interference: Minimal Prediction Errors Leave Positive Declarative Memory Intact Following Visuospatial Word Search Interference.Gura H, Davidson A, Gotthard GH. 2020. Learning and Motivation.
Visuospatial Word Search Task Only Effective at Disrupting Declarative Memory When Prediction Error Is Present during Retrieval. Gotthard GH, Gura H. 2018. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory.