Programs and Grants prior to 2000

Programs and Grants prior to 2000

     Searched for: 1999
     Search Results: 48

Grantee / ResearcherGrant Details

Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technolo
Gregory DiGirolamo
Using Executive Function to Remediate Memory Disorders

Charles University - Faculty of Medicine
Miroslav Kuba
Electrophysiological Assessment of Human Cognitive Processes

Columbia University
Vincent Ferrera
Neural Mechanisms of Fine Motion Discrimination

Duke University
Amishi Jha
Dissociating the Components of Working Memory: An Event-Related fMRI Study of Memory Load and Distraction

Duke University
Barry Giesbrecht
The Time Course and Functional Anatomy of Attentional Control

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Leonid Kruglyak, Ph.D.
Human Genetics in the Twenty-First Century

INSERM (Paris, France)
Stanislas Dehaene, Ph.D.
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Numeracy: Exploring the cerebral substrate, the development, and the pathologies of number sens

King's College London-Institute of Psychiatry
Carl Senior
The Functional Neuroanatomy of the Cognitive Representation of Motion

King's College London-Institute of Psychiatry
Mary Phillips
The Neural Correlates of Emotion Perception: A Multimodal Investigation using fMRI

King’s College-Institute of Psychiatry
Richard Brown
Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) for the Treatment of Depression in Patients With Brain Injury: A Neurocognitive Approach

Massachusetts General Hospital
Christopher Moore
A Moving Experience: fMRI, Psychophysics and Multi-Electrode Recording Studies of Spatio-Temporally Correlated Tactile Stimul

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Zoe Kourtzi
Shape Processing in the Ventral and Dorsal Visual pathways

Max Planck Institute for Brain Research
James Waltz
Investigating the Neural Basis of Binding in Visual Short-term Memory

MRC Human Genetics Unit (Western General Hospital)
Wendy A. Bickmore, Ph.D.
Putting the Genome on the Map

Nencki Institute
Malgorzata Kossut
Learning Dependent Processes in the Barrel Cortex

New School University
William Hirst
Advancement of Psychology in Romania

New York University
Wendy Suzuki
Neural Basis of Long-Term Declarative Memory

Ospedale Di Riabilitazione S. Lucia
Luigi Pizzamiglio
The Use of Optokinetic Stimulation to Improve Rehabilitation of the Hemineglect Disorder

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Stefan Rahmstorf, Ph.D.
Currents of Change

Princeton University
Charles Gross
Neurogenesis in the Neocortex of the Adult Macaque and its Modulation by Experience

Simon Fraser University
Kathleen Akins, Ph.D.
More than Mere Colouring: A dialogue between philosophy and neuroscience on the nature of spectral vision

Stanford University
Kenji Hakuta
The Effects of Metacognitive Approaches to Improve ESL for Language Minority Students

UCLA School of Medicine
Istvan Mody
The Role of Synaptic and Extrasynaptic GABAA Receptors in Cortical Networks

University College London
Jon Driver
Multisensory Neglect in Perception and Spatial Working Memory

University of Alabama at Birmingham
Gitendra Uswatte
Accelerometry: A New Approach to Real-World Outcome Measurements in Rehabilitation

University of Amsterdam
Pieter Roelfsema
Neural Mechanisms Responsible for the Selection of Visual Information

University of California - Los Angeles
Frank Tong
The Neural Basis of Binocular Rivalry and Visual Awareness in Human Visual Cortex

University of California - Los Angeles
Matthew Lieberman
The Role of the Basal Ganglia in Automatic Social Inference

University of Cambridge
Simon Baron-Cohen
Social Intelligence in the Autistic Brain: An fMRI Study

University of Chicago
John E. Carlstrom, Ph.D.
Taking a Snapshot of the Early Universe

University of Delaware
Colin Phillips
The Neural Computation of Phonological Categories

University of Illinois
Gregory DiGirolamo
Cognitive and Neuroanatomical Interactions of Attention and Memory

University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Daniel J. Povinelli, Ph.D.
The Minds of Humans and Apes: Alternative Outcomes on an Evolutionary Experiment

University of Maryland Institute Center for Marine Biotechnology
Mercedes Pascual, Ph.D.
Scales That Matter: Untangling Complexity in Ecological Systems

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Keith Wailoo, Ph.D.
The Body in Parts: Disease and the biomedical sciences in the 20th century

University of Nottingham
Amanda Parker
Neuroanatomical Basis and Role of the Novelty Detection Preceding Memory Formation in Non-Human Primates

University of Oxford
Anne Nobre
Selective Processing of Visual Features: Attention Inside Space and Objects

University of Pennsylvania
Christine Massey
Foundational Science for Young Learners

University of Pennsylvania
Charan Ranganath
Prefrontal Contributions in Memory in the Young and Old

University of Rochester
Alexandre Pouget
Multisensory Spatial Representations for Motor Coordination

University of South Dakota
X. T. Wang
Risk Perception and Risky Choice in Social and Cultural Contexts: A Russian Study

University of Southern California
Irving Biederman
The Neural and Psychophysical Studies of Shape Representation In the Ventral Pathway of the Macaque

University of Verona
Leonardo Chelazzi
Feature-Level Attention Mechanisms in the Brain of Humans and Monkeys

University of Washington
Christopher W. Stubbs, Ph.D.
Looking for Dark Matter through a Gravitational Lens: A Next Generation Microlensing Survey

Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Daeyeol Lee
Neural Mechanisms of Binding and Short-term Memory Capacity

Washington University
Randy J. Larsen
Transcranial Doppler and EEG Studies of Affective Dispositions

Washington University
Kathleen McDermott
Cognitive Processing in Inferior Frontal Gyrus: Beyond the Verbal/Nonverbal Heuristic

Weizmann Institute of Science
Rafael Malach
Invariant Representation of Objects in the Human Visual System: Combining Computational Modeling and Brain Mapping