Imaging Research Center
Research Unit Profile
The Imaging Research Center at the The University of Texas at Austin is an interdisciplinary, multi-methods facility specializing in non-invasive neuroimaging. The core of the center is a new Siemens Skyra 3T MRI scanner used by many researchers for studies of human perception, memory, decision-making, and behavior.
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 …|
|Booth, James||Communications Sciences and Disorders||The overall goal of our research is to understand mechanisms of brain development. The theoretical framework guiding our research is that development should be associated with age-related increases in …|
|Church-Lang, Jessica||Psychology||brain networks, development of task control, development of reading, developmental disorders, neuroimaging|
|Cormack, Lawrence||Neuroscience; Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Sensory, perceptual, and computational aspects of human vision; binocular vision and stereopsis; the comparative physiology and evolution of vision; computational modeling of early visual processes; …|
|Davis, Jaimie||School of Human Ecology; Kinesiology & Health Education; College of Natural Sciences; Neuroscience; Nutritional Sciences; Plan II Honors Program; Psychology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Davis’s research focuses on designing and disseminating nutrition, physical activity, and behavioral interventions to reduce obesity and related metabolic disorders in overweight minority …|
|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 …|
|Hamilton, Bethany||Psychology||Cognitive neuroscience of attention and categorization; identification, categorization and decision making; mathematical psychology|
|Lewis-Peacock, Jarrod||Neuroscience; Psychology||Interactions between memory, attention, and learning; neural decoding & neurofeedback|
|Maddox, W||Psychology||Cognitive neuroscience of attention and categorization; identification, categorization and decision making; mathematical psychology see website for full …|
|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 …|
|Preston, Alison||Neuroscience; 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 …|