Behavioural and Computational Neuroscience at McMaster University

David G. Jones djones at
Thu Dec 15 19:25:45 EST 1994


Students interested in pursuing graduate training in the field of 
Behavioural & Computational Neuroscience are encouraged to apply 
to the Department of Psychology at McMaster University. 
Behavioural & Computational Neuroscience is very active at 
McMaster with excellent facilities in the Department of 
Psychology, Computer Science, and Communications Research 
Laboratory. Students will have an opportunity to bring 
experimental and computational approaches to bear on understanding 
the neural basis of behaviour.

Applications for Fall 1995 are now being accepted.

To obtain an application package write to:
	Graduate Secretary
	Dept. of Psychology
	McMaster University
	1280 Main St. West
	Hamilton ON L8S 4K1
	tel (905) 525-9140 ext 23020 
	FAX (905) 529-6225
or send your full name and address via email to:
	psych at

Associated Faculty

* Sue Becker - Computational models of learning, memory, and percep-
 tion becker at (Assistant Professor, Department 
 of Psychology)
* James Blackburn - Neurochemical and neuroantomical studies of 
 motivation and learning.blackbur at (Assistant 
 Professor, Department of Psychology)
* Denys de Catanzaro - Behaviour and neuroendocrine interactions in 
 stress and pregnancy.decatanz at (Professor, 
 Department of Psychology)
* Simon Haykin - Computational models of complex systems.haykin at syn- (Professor, Communications Research Laboratory)
* David Jones - Computational models of biological vision systems. 
 djones at (Assistant Professor, Department of 
 Computer Science)
* Daphne Maurer - Development of vision in normal infants and infants 
 born with cataracts. maurer at (Professor, 
 Department of Psychology)
* Kathryn Murphy - Development and plasticity of central visual path-
 ways. muffy at (Associate Professor, Department 
 of Psychology)
* Ronald Racine - Physiological mechanisms of learning and memory. 
 racine at (Professor, Department of Psychology)
* Larry Roberts - Psychophysiological studies of cortical map plas-
 ticity and associative learning. roberts at (Pro-
 fessor, Department of Psychology)
* Judith Shedden - MRI and ERP studies of the processes involved in 
 spatial attention. shedden at (Assistant Profes-
 sor, Department of Psychology)
* Grant Smith - Neural mechanisms of plasticity. smithgk at (Professor, Department of Psychology)
* Harvey Weingarten - Neural and immune system controls of eating. 
 weingart at (Professor, Department 
 of Psychology)

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