Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroimaging and stimulation

Principle Investigator: Travis E. Baker, PhD

Lab Members

Current, Past, and Prospective Lab Members

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Research

Cognitive Control, Memory, and Clinical Neuroscience

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Publications

2008-present (Papers and Posters)

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CMBN

Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience

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“Knowledge about life is one thing; effective occupation of a place in life, with its dynamic currents passing through your being, is another.”   William James

This is what we do:

The central goal of our research program is threefold: 1) Advance our scientific knowledge of the neural and cognitive mechanisms that underlie cognitive control and memory 2) Optimize neuroimaging methods and experimental design to better identify and characterize these functions in the brain 3) Understand how these functions are disrupted in clinical populations in order to improve psychiatric care.

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Multi-modal Neuroimaging

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Virtual-reality EEG

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T-maze

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Latest Publication TE Baker, P Lesperance, A Tucholka, S Potvin, K Larcher, Y Zhang,D Justras-Aswad, P Conrod. (in press).  Reversing the Atypical Valuation of Drug and Nondrug Rewards in Smokers Using Multimodal Neuroimaging. Biological Psychiatry

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What Scientists Say

In the field of thinking, the whole history of science from geocentrism to the Copernican revolution, from the false absolutes of Aristotle’s physics to the relativity of Galileo’s principle of inertia and to Einstein’s theory of relativity, shows that it has taken centuries to liberate us from the systematic errors, from the illusions caused by the immediate point of view as opposed to “decentered” systematic thinking. – Jean Piaget

“Man lives for science as well as bread”

William James
1842-1910

“Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.”

Sigmund Freud
1856-1939

“The problem of neurology is to understand man himself.”

Wilder Penfield
1891-1976