PETER J. DONOVICK
Director, Environmental Neuropsychology Laboratory
Professor of Psychology
Human neuropsychology -- neuropsychological manifestations of brain injury and psychopathology; effects of: brain damage, disease, environmental toxicology, malnutrition, aging on behavior. Recovery of function from experimentally induced or naturally occurring disorders of the brain.
Contact Peter J. Donovick, S4, 116, ext. 7-2852.
Types of Research Experiences Available
Assessment of cognitive abilities of normal individuals and those with systemic and/or neurologic disorders through neuropsychological techniques. Students are typically involved in data collection, tabulation, and writing of projects with which they are involved. Undergraduates have presented papers at national scientific meetings and are frequently co-authors on manuscripts.
Prerequisites and Miscellaneous
Prerequisites: None. Miscellaneous: Majority of students work 6-12 hours/week. There are weekly research meetings which students must attend.