James F. Cavanagh
- 138 Logan
- PhD University of Arizona, 2010
- Lab Website
- Curriculum vitae
Cognition, Brain and Behavior, Quantitative Psychology
- EEG Signatures of Frontal Cortical Function
- Reward and Decision Making
- Computational Psychiatry
- Cavanagh, J.F. (in press) Electrophysiology as a theoretical and methodological hub in the neural sciences. Psychophysiology
- Cavanagh, J.F., Kumar, P., Mueller, A.A., Pirio Richardson, S. & Mueen, A. (2018). Diminished EEG habituation to novel events effectively classifies Parkinson's patients. Clinical Neurophysiology, 129, 409-418.
- Cavanagh, J.F. & Frank, M.J. (2014) Frontal theta as a mechanism of cognitive control. Trends in Cognitive Science,18(8), 414-421.
- Cavanagh, J.F., Wiecki, T.V., Cohen, M.X, Figueroa, C.M., Samanta, J., Sherman S.J., Frank, M.J. (2011) Subthalamic nucleus stimulation reverses mediofrontal influence over decision threshold. Nature Neuroscience, 14(11), 1462-1467
- Psy 443/463: Psychobiology of Emotion
- Psy 240: Brain and Behavior
- Psy 444/644: Advanced EEG Analysis in Matlab
- Psy 450/650: Principles of Psychphysiology
- Psy 450/650: Seminar: Functions of the Prefrontal Cortex
- Psy 650: Predictable Irrationality in Decision Making
- Trevor Jackson--costs & benefits of cognitive control
- Christopher Pirrung
- Garima Singh
Note: If you are interested in pursuing graduate studies in my laboratory, please contact me (email@example.com). Good GRE scores and academic performance are expected. Emphasis will be placed on research experience, publications/presentations, and letters of reference.