Welcome to the MSU Clinical Neuroscience Lab! We are part of the Department of Psychology at Michigan State University.
Comprehensive and computational accounts of schizophrenia suggest that a subset of symptoms are characterized by an abnormality in using context to shape perception and guide behavior. Here, we focused specifically on temporal context—the influence of past history and stored regularities across time on the interpretation and response to current input. The current study sought to […]
Our manuscript entitled, ‘Altered thalamocortical structural connectivity in persons with schizophrenia and healthy siblings’ was accepted at the NeuroImage: Clinical. In this paper, we show that people diagnosed with schizophrenia have reduced thalamo-prefrontal connectivity and increased thalamo-motor connectivity. Healthy participants who have a sibling diagnosed with schizophrenia also have reduced thalamo-prefrontal connectivity, but no alteration in thalamo-motor connectivity. These findings have […]
Fourth year graduate student Beier Yao is awarded with The College of Social Science Research Scholars Award & Kenneth E. and The Marie J. Corey Research Endowment Award. First year graduate student Dom Roberts awarded with the College of Social Science Early Start Research Grant. Congratulations to Dom and Beier and thank you to The College […]