Our research program lies at the intersection of perception and memory formation. The goal is to understand how we experience our surroundings and how we learn from those experiences to inform ongoing perception. Using large-scale electrophysiological recordings, we track the changes in neural population activity that accompany perception and learning, including memory consolidation during sleep. We also use behavioral measures such as preferential looking and scanpath analysis to understand how visual categories and social cues are processed across primate species.