Professor Ulrich MAYR
(CLIC) Professor, University of Oregon
Professor Ulrich Mayr is an academic expert in multitasking, brain training, effects of aging on cognitive functioning, eye-witness memory, concussions, ADHD, gender differences in competitiveness, and altruism. At the University of Oregon, he is a professor of psychology. His primary research focus is on the relationship between memory, attention, and cognitive control, both from a general and a developmental/life-span perspective. His research methods include behavioral experiments, eye-tracking, and EEG or fMRI neuroimaging. As a secondary focus he also examines complex, social decision processes (e.g., whether or not to enter a competition or to give money to a charity).