About the author
I have an M.S. degree in psychology and currently am a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology with an emphasis in neuropsychology. As a clinical psychologist in training, my interests are mainly in abnormal human behavior. With an emphasis in neuropsychology, I am interested in normal and abnormal brain structure and functioning. At the most basic level, neuropsychologists are interested in understanding the relationships between the brain and behavior.
I have an undergraduate minor in gerontology and my current research interests are dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and brain imaging. I currently am involved in volumetric MRI analysis as it correlates to learning and memory. I hope to have an academic career; teaching is one of my great loves.
I have a wonderful wife and three lovely children. I’m also an aspiring writer and composer. I work as a freelance author from time to time.