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Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience

Faculty who do research in behavioral and cognitive neuroscience at W&M.

Christopher T. Ball
  • Cognitive psychology; memory processes; relationship between memory and psychopathology.[[w|ctball]]
Robert C. Barnet
  • Animal learning and cognition; neural basis of learning and memory.[[w|rcbarn]]
Joshua A. Burk
  • Psychopharmacology; neural basis of learning and memory. [[w|jabur2]]
Cheryl L. Dickter
  • Social cognition and person perception; stereotyping and prejudice; smoking initiation and maintenance. [[w|cldickter]]
Catherine A. Forestell
  • Odor and taste perception, flavor preferences, and their role in obesity; cognitive mechanisms involved in the initiation and maintenance of addictive behaviors.[[w|caforestell]]
Matthew R. Hilimire
  • Cognitive neuroscience; visual selective attention; emotion perception; electrophysiology; cognitive aging. [[w|mrhilimire]]
Pamela S. Hunt
  • Developmental psychobiology; neural basis of memory; alcohol and memory. [[w|pshunt]]
Paul D. Kieffaber
  • Cognitive neuroscience; attention and cognitive control; temporal processing; neural correlates of cognitive decline in aging and age-related disorders; multisensory integration; event-related brain potentials. [[w|pdkieffaber]]
Jennifer A. Stevens
  • Cognitive neuroscience of representation, perception, and execution of action; motor recovery in patient populations. [[w|jastev]]
Peter M. Vishton
  • Cognitive, perceptual, and motor development; interaction of vision and action systems. [[w|vishton]]