last updated: 4/6/2001



Paul Leite has been a Scientific Research Assistant in the Psychophysiology Laboratory since 1990. As the lab's chief technician, Paul's primary responsibilities are to oversee recordings of EEG and ERP that are required for our ongoing studies, and to train students, staff and various collaborators in electrophysiological recording techniques. Additional contributions range from hardware repair to off-line data analysis, including programming and statistical analyses. He is also in charge of all aspects of coordinating and recording clinical EEG within the Institue (NYSPI inpatients and outpatients). Paul is currently completing his masters requirements in Human Resources Management.