Profiles in "Behavioral Neuroscience" Expertise Area

  • Killeen studies behavioral decision theory, statistical inference and information theory.
  • Conrad's research interests include studies on the neurobiology of chronic stress, sex differences in neuroplasticity following chronic stress, and links between stress and depression or anxiety disorders.
  • Sanabria studies basic behavioral and cognitive processes underlying behavioral regulation in various species, and applies this research to the study of psychiatric disorders.
  • For more than two decades, Bimonte-Nelson has conducted preclinical evaluations of multiple domains of cognitive function as related to aging. She heads the Memory and Aging Laboratory at ASU.
  • Ringenbach heads the Sensorimotor Development Research Lab, which is currently investigating Assisted Cycle Therapy (ACT) and its effects on motor, cognitive, physical and mental health.
  • Koebele is a graduate student in the Arizona State University Department of Psychology.
  • Dr. Olive 's group is interested in examining how abused drugs affect the brain on a neurobiological level.
  • Zhou's research focuses on the neural basis of hearing, in particular, the tasks related to sound localization and sound identification in multi-talker environments.
  • Silverberg earned his Doctor of Behavioral Health degree from Arizona State University in 2011.
  • The behaviors Wynne is interested in range from simple conditioning to complex cognitions. He previously served on the faculty at the University of Western Australia and the University of Florida.