Collaborators

James D. Rowan III, Ph.D.

Clara Carter Acree Chair of Social Sciences

Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience

Wesleyan College, Macon, GA

 

Jim Rowan collaborates on research related to his interests in comparative cognition of sequential learning, more specifically, how humans and animals learn lists of information, as well as the effects of adolescent exposure to drugs on list learning in adulthood.

Shannon Kundey, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

Hood College

Shannon Kundey collaborates on research related to her interests in comparative cognition in several species, how humans and animals learn complex information, as well as the effects of adolescent exposure to drugs on complex learning in adulthood.

David C. Riccio, Ph.D.

Emeritus Professor of Psychological Sciences

KSU Distinguished Scholar

Kent State University

Dave Riccio collaborates on research related to animal memory, particularly with regard to the effects of adolescent drug exposure on the persistence of adult memory.

Aaron P. Blaisdell, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology

The Integrative Center for Learning and Memory

The UCLA Brain Research Institute

UCLA

Aaron Blaisdell collaborates on research related to learning theory and animal cognition, particularly sequential learning, with an interest in cross-species comparisons of cognitive abilities.

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