Monthly Archives: December 2012

Equations for the MANOVA paper


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Using MANOVA in Neuroscience Research

During my graduate work at San Diego State University (MA, Psychology ’11) I spent the bulk of my time developing behavioral models to study healthy aging; more specifically, I used existing/published paradigms using hippocampal lesioned rodents to test some of … Continue reading

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Age Related Changes in the Detection of Spatial and Stimulus Novelty This is my Master’s thesis that I completed with the guidance of Dr. Paul Gilbert.

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The Healthy Aging Brain

As previously mentioned, the deficits associated with the aging brain can be very difficult to generalize. Even within the distribution of healthy aging (i.e., aging without any neuropathologies such as Alzheimer’s disease or Lewy body dementia) there is a great … Continue reading

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