- Cognitive and affective neuroscience of psychopathology
- Emotional awareness and regulation
- Decision making and cognitive control
Accepting students? Please email Dr. Hogeveen if you are interested in pursuing graduate studies.
I’m an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at UNM. My research interests lie at the intersection of cognitive, affective, and clinical neuroscience, and I am broadly interested in understanding the neural mechanisms underlying transdiagnostic psychiatric symptoms in humans using neuroscience tools including functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and noninvasive brain stimulation (e.g. transcranial magnetic stimulation, TMS).
- Hogeveen, J., Krug, M. K., Elliott, M. V., Carter, C. S., & Solomon, M. (2018). Proactive control as a double-edged sword in autism spectrum disorder. Journal of abnormal psychology, 127(4), 429.
- Hogeveen, J., Krug, M. K., Elliott, M. V., & Solomon, M. (2018). Insula-Retrosplenial Cortex Overconnectivity Increases Internalizing via Reduced Insight in Autism. Biological psychiatry.
- Hogeveen, J., Bird, G., Chau, A., Krueger, F., & Grafman, J. (2016). Acquired alexithymia following damage to the anterior insula. Neuropsychologia, 82, 142-148.
- Hogeveen, J., Hauner, K. K., Chau, A., Krueger, F., & Grafman, J. (2017). Impaired valuation leads to increased apathy following ventromedial prefrontal cortex damage. Cerebral cortex, 27(2), 1401-1408.
- PSY 344--Human Neuropsychology
- PSY 360--Human Learning and Memory
Breannan Howell, MA, Graduate Student Research Assistant
If you are interested in pursuing graduate training with Dr. Hogeveen, please send an email to email@example.com and apply to our graduate program by December 1 !