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Welcome to the Brain & Behavior Laboratory Website!

Department of Psychology
Curry College
Milton, MA, USA

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Sagittal MPRAGE MRI of Dr. M.’s brain (2000) Children's Hospital of Philadelphia/PENN
Animated axial SPGR MRI of Dr. M.’s brain (2009) University MRI/FAU

Our research broadly encompasses cognitive neuroscience and the brain-behavior relationship using various modalities, including neuroimaging, psychophysiology, neuropsychological assessment, surveys, and genetic studies.  One branch of our research focuses on using these modalities to study brain disorders (ADHD, narcolepsy, migraines, Parkinson’s disease), comorbidities (ADHD with comorbid narcolepsy; narcolepsy with comorbid migraines), cutting-edge psychopathologies [Reward Deficiency Syndrome (RDS) and Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria (RSD) in ADHD]. A second branch involves studying attentional processes, including in those with ADHD. A third branch involves studying consciousness and religious cognition. Research is conducted at Curry College at The Bruce Steinberg EEG Laboratory, online, and at various institutions with collaborators.   

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