Thomas Parsons | Department of Psychology

Thomas Parsons

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PhD: Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, 2004
Internship: Rush University Medical School
Post-doc: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill's School of Medicine
Fellow: National Academy of Neuropsychology

Research Interests: Clinical Neuropsychology (cognition, affect, quality of life): Role of frontal subcortical circuits that underlie neurocognitive and affective regulation following trauma (TBI; PTSD) and/or neurological illness (e.g., HIV; Alzheimer's; Parkinson's). Virtual environments and artificial neural networks to assess the frontostriatal system's supervisory attentional system and adaptive responding to environmental situations. (Dr. Parsons' research page)

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