Wesleyan portrait of Youssef  Ezzyat

Youssef Ezzyat

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Judd Hall, 023
860-685-2942

Assistant Professor, Neuroscience and Behavior

Judd Hall, 023
860-685-2942

yezzyat@wesleyan.edu

BSE Princeton University
PHD New York University

Youssef Ezzyat

Youssef Ezzyat is a cognitive neuroscientist who studies the neural basis of memory organization. His research focuses on how the brain uses and responds to structure in our environments to organize memories, and how this influences memory retention and forgetting. He also conducts research applying what we learn about memory to develop interventions that support learning. His research combines behavioral testing, neural recording and stimulation methods, and computational and statistical modeling.

Dr. Ezzyat received his B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University, Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from New York University, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. Before coming to Wesleyan he taught at Swarthmore College.

Academic Affiliations

Office Hours

Fall 2020: Wednesday & Friday 10-11 AM via Zoom (https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/98405416894).

Courses

Fall 2020
PSYC 332 - 01
Seminar in Cog Neuroscience

Spring 2021
PSYC 200 - 04
Stats: Activity-Based Approach

PSYC 225 - 01
Cognitive Neuroscience