Imaging Research Center
Research Unit Profile
The mission of the Imaging Research Center is to serve as a center of excellence in imaging science and technology through intensive interactions with academe, industry, government, and other laboratories in the US and abroad. The center will facilitate and support focused, long-term, basic and applied research; support the development of innovative interdisciplinary educational programs; cooperate with and participate in national multi-site studies of cognition and motivation; support investigation of the fundamental scientific and technological issues involved in Magnetic Resonance Imaging; and provide technical assistance in the performance and interpretation of MRI data and the analysis, interpretation, and sharing of imaging data
Web Site: http://www.irc.utexas.edu/
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Allen, Douglas||Educational Psychology||Neurobiological basis of autism; Cerebellar function; Applications of magnetic resonance imaging to the study of brain functional connectivity|
|Beer, Jennifer||Psychology||Professor Beer is involved with the Self Regulation Lab which focuses on self-processes, emotion processes and social cognition. The lab is interested in how these processes contribute to appropriate …|
|Beevers, Christopher||Psychology||Dr. Beevers' primary research interest focuses on the cognitive etiology and treatment of major unipolar depression. His research has examined whether depression vulnerability is associated with …|
|Cormack, Lawrence||Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Sensory, perceptual, and computational aspects of human vision; inocular vision and stereopsis; the comparative physiology and evolution of vision; computational modeling of early visual processes; …|
|Haley, Andreana||Psychology||The biological underpinnings of cognitive impairment associated with aging and dementia- in particular, studying the neural substrates of memory, language and executive function in clinical …|
|Nadasdy, Zoltan||Psychology||Brain stimulation and brain mapping. Visual perception. Neural coding and neuronal oscillations. Clinical electrophysiology, epilepsy and movement disorders. Human electrophysiology. Memory and the …|
|Poldrack, Russell||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Neurobiology; Psychology||Dr. Poldrack's primary research interests are in the cognitive neuroscience of learning and memory, decision making, and executive function, using neuroimaging as the primary method to examine …|
|Preston, Alison||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Neurobiology; Psychology||Understanding memory and how it is implemented in the human brain. Using a combination of behavioral and brain imaging techniques, Dr. Preston's research explores how we form new memories, how we …|
|Schnyer, David||Psychology||Much of human mental capacity is driven by our ability to monitor and then control our behavior. In the past, my research has explored metamemory- the monitoring and control processes that contribute …|