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Aaron Buss8/14/2011PhD StudentUniversity of Iowahttps://plus.google.com/111459528612676925887/aboutDevelopmental Psychology: executive function, visual working memory, neuroimaging (fMRI, NIRS), DFT modeling
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Aaron Steven White8/14/2011University of Maryland, College Parkhttps://plus.google.com/117170965507909676291first language acquisition, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, natural language semantics/syntax
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Abigail Noyce8/14/2011Brandeis Universityhttps://plus.google.com/108731496152002108553/aboutCognitive neuroscience, EEG, sequence learning, prediction and expectation, short-term memory.
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Adam Gazzaley8/14/2011UCSFhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/112896111882183112104/posts?gpinv=AGXbFGyyDE94QgSmybnQ9xt15D7NywNppHuKGj5BIE7xfF_E1C71PXEDYAIZyZMI12yEWJmhWUXZ8OzD5UAjtuknHuOn1NHWYcoebcJfwkxXww2dOGfziUg&hl=en_USCognitive Neuroscience, fMRI, EEG, TMS, attention, memory, perception, aging, cognitive training
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Alex Fine8/14/2011University of Rochesterhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/105457532593922427891/aboutPsycholinguistics (syntactic comprehension, computational models of language processing), learning
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Alison Trude8/14/2011U. of Illinoishttps://plus.google.com/115666522395317242390/aboutPsycholinguistics, speech perception, representing inter-talker variability, eye tracking
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Allison Sekuler8/14/2011McMaster Universityhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/112366735963271550830/aboutVision science, cognitive neuroscience, aging, face perception, motion perception,perceptual organization, EEG
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Amy Schafer8/14/2011FacultyUniversity of Hawaiihttps://plus.google.com/108177868566223468258/postsPsycholinguistics, prosody, sentence comprehension, sentence production
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Andre Fenton8/14/2011facultyNYUhttps://plus.google.com/102528432350082695579/aboutneurophysiology, hippocampus, learning and memory, navigation
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Andrea Kuszewski8/14/2011Researcher/TherapistVORTEXhttp://gplus.to/andreakuszewskicognitive neuroscience, psychology, creativity, intelligence, sociopathy, x-altruism
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Andrew Livanis8/14/2011Long Island University - Brooklyn Campushttps://plus.google.com/114580601158461831441/postsApplied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Teacher Consultation, Curriculum Development, Derived Relational Responding
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Anjana Rao8/14/2011UndergradSmith Collegehttps://plus.google.com/114292072696581888248/postsJust a humbler Neuroscience/linguistics undergrad interested cognitive neuroscience, language and music cognition
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Annie Tremblay8/14/2011FacultyUniversity of Illinoishttps://profiles.google.com/u/0/118273064849506382464Psycholinguistics, second language speech segmentation, second language phonological processing, eyetracking and EEG
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Art Markman8/14/2011FacultyU. of Texashttps://plus.google.com/u/0/113015718416261368227/aboutCognitive psychology, analogy, categorization, decision making, motivation.
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Ashley Farris-Trimble8/14/2011University of Iowahttps://plus.google.com/u/0/100066311057827566853/aboutpsycholinguistics, speech perception, spoken word recognition, theoretical phonology, phonological disorders, cochlear implants
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Ayse Pinar SAYGIN8/14/2011University of California, San Diegohttps://plus.google.com/u/0/104234408144890091151/postsCognitive neuroscience, vision science, neuropsychology, biological motion, neuroimaging, human machine interaction, robotics, language comprehension, computational linguistics, aphasia, philosophy of mind
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Baba Shiv8/14/2011Stanford Universityhttps://plus.google.com/#105002787997227077293/aboutNeuroeconomics; decision-making; interaction between predicted and experienced utility
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Bill Lytton8/14/2011facultyDownstate Medical Center, Brooklyn NYhttps://plus.google.com/100918495228035071412/aboutModelling
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Bjorn Hubert-Wallander8/14/2011University of Washingtonhttps://plus.google.com/106016805389577093214Visual attention, attentional capture, video game-related plasticity, visual awareness
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Bradley Voytek8/14/2011UCSFhttps://plus.google.com/113234126401294172677Cognitive and computational neuroscience: big data, neuroplasticity, EEG, intracranial electrophysiology, working memory and attention
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Brian Kurilla8/14/2011University of Illinoishttps://plus.google.com/116382830178854528743/postscognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, memory
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Bruce Hood8/14/2011FacultyBristol University, UKhttps://plus.google.com/112562173329116581075/
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Caglar Tas8/14/2011PhD StudentUniversity of Iowahttps://plus.google.com/?tab=mX#101534722559528517922/aboutVisual attention, visual working memory, statistical learning
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Carl Polley8/14/2011University of Hawaiigoog.lepl.us/carlpolleypsycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, experimental semantics, emotion
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Chris Johnson8/14/2011Ph.D. StudentBoston Universitygplus.to/effigiesComputational/Theoretical neuroscience, homeostatic plasticity, syntax in songbirds
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Chris Robinson8/14/2011Research ScientistThe Ohio State Universityhttps://plus.google.com/102370347732140106252/about?fd=1Attention, language, categorization, cross-modal processing
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Christina Kim8/14/2011University of Rochesterhttps://plus.google.com/102586315586991489251/postsPsycholinguistics, discourse processing, semantics-pragmatics
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Christine Boylan8/14/2011University of Pennsylvaniahttps://plus.google.com/112287625156615845863/aboutCognitive neuroscience of language, psycholinguistics; signal processing; fMRI (pattern analysis), MEG, EEG
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Christoph T. Weidemann8/14/2011facultySwansea Universityhttp://gplus.to/cogscicognitive (neuro-)science, computational modeling, perception, memory.
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Christopher Patrick Taylor8/14/2011PostdocHarvard Medical Schoolhttps://plus.google.com/110890477424729715739/postsVision science: spatial/pattern vision, glaucoma, aging, ideal-observer theory, psychophysics
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Cris Smith8/14/2011Currently between schoolshttps://plus.google.com/113180375618328351247/postsCognitive neuroscience, music cognition, linguistics
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Dan Vatterott8/14/2011PhD StudentUniversity of Iowahttps://plus.google.com/?tab=mX#108307781935888789469/aboutVisual attention, attentional capture, visual working memory, experience-dependent attentional tuning
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Daniel Bor8/14/2011U. of Sussexhttps://plus.google.com/102881909992544239705/posts?hl=enCognitive neuroscience, fMRI, consciousness, working memory, attention, IQ, strategic processing, ASD, synaesthesia
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Daniel R. Hawes8/14/2011Ph.D. CandidateUniversity of Minnesotahttps://plus.google.com/107975984384139228814/postsNeuroeconomics, Social Neuroscience, Personality and Decision Making
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Daniel Simons8/14/2011FacultyU. of Illinoisgplus.to/profsimonscognitive psych, perception, attention, memory, awareness
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Dave Kleinschmidt8/14/2011Grad studentUniversity of Rochesterhttps://plus.google.com/109057089564245304088/Psycholinguistics, cognitive psychology, speech perception, computational modeling and computational neuroscience
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Deborah Serani8/14/2011Adelphi Universityhttps://plus.google.com/115152075125107475639/posts?hl=enPsychologist: Trauma, Depression
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Derek Houston8/14/2011Indiana University School of Medicinehttps://plus.google.com/102196317123101559194/postsInfant speech perception, attention, language acquisition, cognitive development, deafness, cochlear implant outcomes
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Dev Poling8/14/2011Ohio University Zanesvillehttps://plus.google.com/113703342559242577053/posts?hl=enteaching psychology
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Duane Watson8/14/2011FacultyU. of Illinoishttps://plus.google.com/116217170198748677961/postsCognitive psychology, Language
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Effie Kapnoula8/14/2011University of Iowahttps://plus.google.com/?tab=XX#109194535711934522030/aboutPsycholinguistics, speech perception, phoneme categorization, spoken word recognition, word learning
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Erica Zaiser8/14/2011University of Kent, Englandhttps://plus.google.com/107697270156490152958/aboutSocial psychology, group processes, intergroup conflict and reconciliation
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Erin Babinsky8/14/2011PostdocIndiana University https://plus.google.com/112069933644392726924/postsVision science, development, visuomotor control (eye movements, reaching movements)
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Eva Feredoes8/14/2011University College Londonhttps://plus.google.com/115646962833810436602Working/short-term memory, attention, TMS, fMRI, concurrent TMS-fMRI
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Evan Bradley8/14/2011University of Delawarehttps://plus.google.com/#115154182103380530115/postspsycholinguistics, music cognition, phonetics, auditory perception
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Fabiana Kubke8/14/2011U Aucklandhttps://plus.google.com/114780408527890619271/postsNeuroethology, brain development and evolution
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Gonzalo Bacigalupe8/14/2011University of Massachusetts, Boston and University of Deusto, Bilbaohttps://plus.google.com/103505846830611384445/abouthealth psychology, family therapy, public and global health, information communication technologies adoption impact on social relationships, clinical psychology
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Greg Jensen8/14/2011Columbia Universityhttps://plus.google.com/105601710119099598271/Comparative cognition, behavior analysis, quantitative methods, problem solving, behavioral economics, miscellanea
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Jared Van Snellenberg8/14/2011Grad Student / Postdoc (yes, both at once, don't ask)Columbia University / New York State Psychiatric Institutehttps://plus.google.com/104704227969203551785/aboutWorking memory, Schizophrenia, fMRI, meta-analysis
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Jason Cooperrider8/14/2011University of Utahhttps://plus.google.com/112709186067001339115/postscognitive neuroscience using multimodal neuroimaging (MRI, DTI, & fMRI) to study the neural basis of exceptional abilities in developmentally disabled (savant skills, especially in autism) and typically developing populations
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Jasper Winkel8/14/2011University of Amsterdamsgp.cm/jasperwinkelCognitive Neuroscience; Decision Making; fMRI; Basal Ganglia
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Jenn Segawa8/14/2011Boston Universityhttps://plus.google.com/115796497364810576212Cognitive neuroscience, neurolinguistics, speech motor control, computational modeling, neuroimaging
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Jennifer Arnold8/14/2011FacultyUNC CHapel Hillhttps://plus.google.com/107245426515606427019/aboutPsycholinguistics, reference production and comprehension, constituent order in production, eyetracking in language comprehension
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Joe Toscano8/14/2011PostdocU. of Illinoishttps://plus.google.com/113357095694154076350Speech perception, language processing, cognitive neuroscience, computational modeling, psycholinguistics
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John Henderson8/14/2011FacultyUniversity of South Carolinahttps://plus.google.com/111955951015811677708/postsCognitive Psychology, cognitive neuroscience: visual cognition, scene processing, attention, eye movements
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John Hummel8/14/2011FacultyU. of Illinoishttps://plus.google.com/108848250765819039716/posts?hl=encognitive psychology, neural network modeling, relational perception and thinking, analogy, shape perception
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John Kubie8/14/2011facultyDownstate Medical Center, Brooklyn NYhttps://plus.google.com/105713497706843136406/aboutHippocampus, place cells, grid cells, memory systems, emotion, (teaching) neuroanatomy
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Jonathan Peelle8/14/2011University of Pennsylvaniahttps://plus.google.com/104608848138473217032/postsCognitive neuroscience of speech comprehension using structural MRI, functional MRI, and M/EEG.
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Kiel Christianson8/14/2011FacultyU. of Illinoishttps://plus.google.com/?tab=XX#111965028700438985023/aboutpsycholinguistics, neurolinguistics
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Laura M. Skipper8/14/2011Temple Universityhttps://plus.google.com/109582347473627782798/postsSocial cognition, abstract conceptual knowledge, fMRI, TMS
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Laura Mickes8/14/2011UC San Diegohttps://plus.google.com/?tab=XX#107652368574186961319/aboutCognitive Psychologist - memory
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Leonardo Hagmann8/14/2011Grad studentJohns Hopkins School of Medicinehttps://plus.google.com/117477732965692205471/postsSecond year Neurobiochem Grad, synaptic plasticity, miRNA
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Lisa DeBruine8/14/2011University of Aberdeenhttps://plus.google.com/113644128556452167476/about?fd=1kin recognition, face perception, visual adaptation, attraction, evolutionary psychology
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Lorna Quandt8/14/2011Temple Universitygplus.to/lornaAction processing using EEG
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Lynne Honey8/14/2011Grant MacEwan Universityhttps://plus.google.com/118427970405719120887/aboutevolutionary psychology, animal learning and behaviour
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Mara Breen8/14/2011Mount Holyoke Collegehttps://plus.google.com/114949298236520175674/posts?hl=enCognitive Psychology; psycholinguistics, prosody, EEG
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Marc Ettlinger8/14/2011researcherDepartment of Veteran's Affairs, Martinez, CAhttp://profiles.google.com/ettlinger/aboutPsycholinguistics, language and memory, language and the brain, phonetics, phonology, speech perception, language acquisition, fMRI
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Mariam Aly8/14/2011Graduate studentUniversity of California, Davishttps://plus.google.com/115545827463866865507/postscognitive neuroscience; long-term memory; perception; amnesia
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Marvin Chandra8/14/2011University of Hawaii at Manoahttps://plus.google.com/u/0/105251028773238389520Attention, Modality Dominance
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Matt Goldrick8/14/2011FacultyNorthwestern Universityhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/115265857208953670015Cognitive psychology, cognitive neuropsychology, computational modeling, speech production
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Matt Lewis8/14/2011Ph.D. StudentCornell Universityhttps://plus.google.com/105441731526479214009/posts?hl=enneuromodulation, sensory processing (olfactory, but also more broadly), neuroethology
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Maureen Gillespie8/14/2011University of Illinoishttps://plus.google.com/110173524908867357429Psycholinguistics (language production, prosody), cognitive psychology
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Maureen Ritchey8/14/2011PostdocUniversity of California, Davishttps://plus.google.com/u/0/103703418982813928074/postsCognitive neuroscience, fMRI, long-term memory, emotional memory, medial temporal lobe function
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ME Hogan8/14/2011Florida Atlantic Universityhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/116737093118297725554/Transpersonal; hypnotherapy
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Melissa Troyer8/14/2011Massachusetts Institute of Technologyhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/116231737864838518328#114068269374715160628/postsCognitive science, language, sentence processing, psycholinguistics, working memory, long-term memory, conceptual representations, retrieval, maintenance, and encoding processes, ERPs/EEG, syntactic representations
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Michael Silverman8/14/2011FacultyMount Sinai School of Medicinehttps://plus.google.com/109239565872197006000/posts?hl=enAffect regulation and motor control, depression, anxiety, fMRI, memory, perception, cognitive psych, neuroimmunology, cognitive and behavioral neurology
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Michael W. Kraus8/14/2011University of California, San Franciscohttps://plus.google.com/100316636865880303074social hierarchy, social class, power, emotion, touch, close relationships, self-concept, social psychology
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Michael Walsh Dickey8/14/2011University of Pittsburghhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/102716968459984478847/aboutPsycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, aphasiology, language comprehension, sentence processing,
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Michelle Birkett8/14/2011Northwestern Universityhttps://plus.google.com/110317071320409510999/adolescents, mental health, sexual orientation, bullying, victimization, hiv, social network analysis, contextual influence
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Midam Kim8/14/2011Northwestern Universityhttps://plus.google.com/117490958478761278948/postsPsycholinguistics, speech perception and production, speech accommodation, variation, language acquisition
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Molly Crockett8/14/2011PostdocUniversity of Zürichhttps://plus.google.com/104362929020575008944/posts?hl=enNeuroeconomics, social neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, neuropharmacology
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Nahid Zokaei8/14/2011University College Londonhttps://plus.google.com/u/0/109281005166231982502/postsVisual Working Memory, Visual attention, Psychophysics, Working memory deficits in Parkinson's Disease
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Natalie Klein8/14/2011University of Rochesterhttps://plus.google.com/115567004890561349483/postspsycholinguistics, mental representation and language, experimental semantics and pragmatics
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Nicholas Foley8/14/2011Columbia Universityhttps://plus.google.com/118108069445402922845/postsCognitive neuroscience, computational neuroscience, visual perception, attention, reinforcement learning, reward expectation, operant conditioning, circadian rhythms, neural networks, connectome
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Pedro Rittner8/14/2011Cornell Universityhttps://plus.google.com/114050594640400702600Computational Neuroscience, Learning, Olfaction, Neurogenesis, Mitral & Granule Cell Modeling
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Prerana Shrestha8/14/2011PostdocThe Rockefeller Universityhttp://gplus.to/preranaMolecular and Behavioral Neuroscience. Translational profiling of genetically defined pyramidal cell types in the mouse neocortex.
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Prof. Vimala Veeraraghavan8/14/2011Indira Gandhi National Open UniversityI dont knowClinical psychology, cognitive psychology, psychotherapy
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Rachael Bond8/14/2011PhD StudentLooking for a place to call "home"... all offers welcome :)https://plus.google.com/103656039397091506319/aboutCyber-Economic Psychology, Human Computer Interaction, Consumer Psychology, Micro-Economic Decision Making, Non-Conscious Processes, On-line Retailing
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Rachel Wu8/14/2011Birkbeck, University of Londonhttps://plus.google.com/113843462677050364167/about?hl=enInfant cognition, eye-tracking, EEG, attention and learning
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Rajesh Narendran8/14/2011University of PittsburghDopamine transmission in addiction disorders, schizophrenia; neurochemical PET imaging
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Rajini Rao8/14/2011Johns Hopkins School of Medicinehttps://plus.google.com/114601143134471609087/postsIon signaling, channels and transporters in neurological disease. Cellular & Molecular mechanisms in disease.
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Raymond Crookes8/14/2011Grad Student Columbia Universityhttps://plus.google.com/105379207663867569130Decision Sciences, Environmental Decision Making,
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Rebecca Spencer8/14/2011University of Massachusetts, Amhersthttps://plus.google.com/107700427977105024925/postsSleep and memory, development, aging, cerebellum, motor control
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Rhodri Cusack8/14/2011University of Western Ontariohttps://plus.google.com/u/0/104205869720698198710/aboutCognitive Neuroscience, fMRI, short-term memory, imagery & attention, neonatal imaging, dynamically adaptive imaging
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Robert Darnell8/14/2011FacultyThe Rockefeller Universityhttps://plus.google.com/104923253297127409232Molecular Neurology; RNA binding proteins in brain disease, including Fragile-X syndrome, autism, ALS and paraneoplastic neurologic degeneration
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Robert Teszka8/14/2011UCL & Brunel Universityhttps://plus.google.com/115915581679724008929/postscognitive psychology. attention & awareness, visual & social cognition, reasoning.
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Ryan Steiner8/14/2011Seattle Pacific University https://plus.google.com/108252286843522896856/about?hl=ensecond language acquisition, evolutionary psychology in regards to language acquisition
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Sarah Laszlo8/14/2011FacultySUNYhttps://plus.google.com/100421401055498546159/postsPsychophysiology, Language processing, Computational Modeling
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Sav Szymura8/14/2011University of Huddersfieldhttps://plus.google.com/101288833903736596843/postsJust a humble Psychology graduate.
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