The Freedberg Action, Learning, and Cognitive Neuroscience (FALCON) laboratory aims to develop targeted treatments to mitigate the effects of age-related cognitive decline in healthy older adults and patients with neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease. To this end, we use  neuroscientific techniques, such as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) to affect brain networks involved in mnemonic processes, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and behavioral tasks to measure the rTMS-induced effects. The laboratory aims to prepare all students for a specialized career in cognitive neuroscience and rehabilitation. Master’s, Doctoral, and Post-Doctoral students will gain skills in one or more of these techniques and learn neuroimaging (Analysis of Functional NeuroImaging; AFNI) and behavioral data analysis (R, Matlab, Excel), and task coding (Matlab and Eprime). Undergraduates will gain exposure to neuroimaging and behavioral data analysis.