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Dr. Jürgen Kayser, an experimental psychologist with a strong background in quantitative research methods, studies cognitive and emotional processes in both healthy and psychiatric populations using behavioral and psychophysiological measures. While part of his research has focused on laterality of ANS/CNS function and dysfunction, his research contributions also include methodological improvements to electrophysiology (e.g., principal components analysis of current source density as a generic and reference-free technique for ERP/EEG data analysis) and the development of new software algorithms for data analysis and processing. After joining the Psychophysiology Laboratory as a post-doctorate in 1995, he is currently Associate Professor of Clinical Neuroscience at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons and Research Scientist V at NYSPI.

rjk23@columbia.edu

 

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