“In my opinion, the greatest strength of the neuroscience program at Iowa is the combination of outstanding facilities and faculty members that are extremely dedicated to teaching.”
Neuropsychological and neuroanatomical correlates of complex human behavior
My research is aimed at understanding brain-behavior relationships in humans, at systems level. Two main approaches are used:
Specific topics that I am working on currently include: retrieval of conceptual knowledge; retrieval of words and lexical knowledge; emotion and decision-making; face processing; nonconscious processing; acquired disorders of social conduct; memory; psychophysiology. My research has been continuously and fully funded for two decades. I have about a thousand square feet of laboratory space in the Department of Neurology in the University of Iowa Hospitals.