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Matthew J. Will

Behavioral, pharmacological, and molecular analysis of the interaction between stress and the reinforcement process within the context of animal models of addiction

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Todd Schachtman

Differentiating the processes of acquisition, retention, and retrieval of information as causes of test performance deficits (e.g., interference) in animals and examining the effects of metabotropic glutamate receptors on learning

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Dennis K. Miller

Our lab is interested in studying the biological basis of drug addiction and obesity.  The goal is the development of novel pharmacotherapies for and to determine the effect of the environment on these behavioral states.

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Christina McCrae

The mechanisms (neural, behavioral, and psychological) underlying insomnia and related disorders in patient populations spanning the lifespan, including chronic pain, cancer, cardiac disease, autism, and caregivers.

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John G. Kerns

Cognitive and affective processes in schizophrenia and the development of psychotic symptoms

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Jeffrey Johnson

Human studies of episodic memory, using EEG/ERPs and fMRI

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Steven A. Hackley

Cognitive and clinical neuroscience; Startle-blink reflex; Event-related potentials; Neuroimaging

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David Geary

Development of numerical and mathematical competencies, and brain, evolutionary, and cultural influences on this development. Sex differences in cognition and vulnerability

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Scott Frey

Neuroscience Research and Rehabilitation of the Brain and Body

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Nelson Cowan

Human memory and attention

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Shawn Christ

MU Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Cognitive and neural development in individuals with and without early brain disruption.

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David Beversdorf

Autism, drug abuse, dementia, cognitive effects of stress, the cognitive neuroscience of problem solving ability, functional neuroimaging, and pharmacological modulation of cognition; prenatal factors in autism

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Bruce D. Bartholow

My research focuses on using psychophysiology to understand social-cognitive processes (e.g., stereotyping, affect, impression-formation, aggression) and to understand the effects of alcohol on cognition and emotion.

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