The Elliott Attention Recall and Sounds (EARS) Lab currently conducts research on theoretical and applied questions related to auditory attention, memory, and cognitive control. Theoretical questions are posed such as "how does working memory interact with different levels of musicianship?", "how does knowledge and awareness of our own memory affect cognitive strategies?", and "how does vision improve listening ability in terms of space and time perception?" The lab also has a special interest in the applications of these questions, or how our findings inform behavior in everyday life.