University of Missouri

Research

His primary research specialization is information processing in animals. Much of his work has been aimed at differentiating the processes of acquisition, retention, and retrieval of information as causes of test performance deficits. Relatedly, a lot of his research interests concern understanding the mechanisms by which processing and behavioral control by a target event are influenced by treatments involving nontarget cues. He also has projects involving research with human subjects, including topics in cognition, motivation and social cognition.

For more information and a list of recent publications, please see the following:


Neuroscience Research Collaborators

  • Yuksel Agca
  • Dr. Yuksel Agca
  • Associate Professor of Veterinary Pathobiology
  • University of Missouri-Columbia
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  • Cansu Agca
  • Research Specialist of Veterinary Pathobiology
  • University of Missouri-Columbia

Human Subjects Research Collaborators

  • Ken Sheldon
  • Dr. Ken Sheldon
  • Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences
  • University of Missouri-Columbia
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  • Gert Christoffersen
  • Senior Researcher
  • Universities of Copenhagen and Southern Denmark

Animal Learning Research Collaborator

  • Steve Reilly
  • Dr. Steve Reilly
  • Associate Professor of Psychology
  • University of Illinois-Chicago

Former Ph.D. Students

  • Jeffrey Calton
  • Dr. Jeffrey Calton
  • Professor of Psychology Department
  • California State University-Sacramento
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  • Dr. Carla Bills
  • Professor of Psychology
  • Southwestern Illinois College
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  • Dr. Rodica Ghinescu
  • Psychology Lincoln University
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  • Dr. Stephanie Fowler
  • Baylor Medical Center
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  • Dr. Jen Walker
  • Vanderbilt Medical Center
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  • Dr. Carla Bills
  • Southwestern Illinois University
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  • Dr. Diana Klakotskaia
  • Researcher
  • Jefferson City
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  • Dr. Mark Bourne
  • Researcher
  • U.S. Navy
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  • Dr. Julie Hart