Event-Related Brain Potentials: Basic Issues and Applications
Oxford University Press, USA
September 06, 1990
6.88 X 1.1 X 9.5 inches | 1.94 pounds
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About the Author
Raja Parasuraman, Ph.D. is University Professor of Psychology at George Mason University, Virginia. He is also director of the Graduate Program in Human Factors and Applied Cognition and of the Center of Excellence in Neuroergonomics, Technology, and Cognition. His primary research is in human factors and cognitive neuroscience, as well as in molecular genetics of cognition and in neuroergonomics, which he defines as the study of brain and behavior at work. His books include The Attentive Brain (1998), Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work (2007), and Nurturing the Older Brain and Mind (2012). Parasuraman is Fellow of numerous organizations, including the American Psychological Association (1991) and the International Ergonomics Association (2006), and is a National Associate of the National Academy of Sciences. He is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Jerome H. Ely Award for best paper in the journal Human Factors (1997, 2001), the Franklin V. Taylor Award for Lifetime Achievement in Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychology from the American Psychological Association (2004), the inaugural Raymond S. Nickerson Award for Best Paper in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (2010), and the Admiral Kollmorgen Spirit of Innovation Award for Contributions to Neuroergonomics (2010). His recent awards include the Triennial Outstanding Educators Award from the International Ergonomics Association and the Celebration of Scholarship Award from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at George Mason University (both in 2012).