Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content

Skip Navigation LinksHome

Contact Info

 Check out our Facebook​ page here.

Lab Phone (for interested participants):


E-mail Click Here

Comprehensive Clinic:

1190 North 900 East

Provo, UT 84602

John Taylor Building


University Parkway Center (UPC):

1240 N 44 E

Provo, UT 84604

(FHSS) Suite 136


 Content Editor ‭[3]‬

 Graduate Student Applications 2018-2019

​​Dr. Larson is planning to take at least one clinical or experimental student in this upcoming round of graduate student admissions.

He is specifically looking for applicants with a strong interest in research using electroencephalogram (EEG) and event-related potentials (ERPs) to study the interaction between cognitive control, food intake, and exercise, as well as the effects of acute- and long-term exercise on cognitive functioning. He is also pursuing future studies using EEG/ERPs with people who have experienced a concussion.

Successful applicants will have a strong focus on research skills and a history of good research experience (not necessarily EEG/ERP experience, although these would be a plus). Clinical neuropsychology applicants are also welcome, but those with a strong interest in research using EEG/ERPs to study the topics above will have the most success in applying to the lab.

Dr. Larson is looking forward to your applications!​
​This is the BYU Michael Larson Lab, otherwise known as the Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology Laboratory. Michael Larson is part of the Neuroscience Department at BYU, a subdivision of the Psychology Department. Those interested in being research participants or research assistants should visit this site to learn more about the lab and how to join.