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Neurobehavioral Approaches to the Study of Clinical Disorders
March 12 - 14, 2008
Mission Tempe Palms, Phoenix, AZ

Supported by the Merrill Advanced Studies Center and the University of Kansas College of Arts and Sciences

Conference Photo Gallery

tempe group photo

Pictured left to right - back row: Fred Helmstetter, Patrick Skosnik, Thomas Gould, Kevin LaBar, Mark Stanton, Stephen Fowler, Gregory Madden, Derick Lindquist, Evelyn Haaheim, Paula Bickford, Robert Clark. Seated, front row : William Hetrick, Diana Woodruff-Pak, Dagmar Timmann-Braun, Joseph Steinmetz, Mabel Rice, Richard Schiefelbusch, Lisa Freund, Antoine Bechara. (Group photo by Tim Trumble.) 

Eighteen research scholars from the U.S. and Germany met to share the latest research on Neurobehavioral science. Conference organizer Joseph Steinmetz, of The University of Kansas, joined Mabel Rice, director of the Merrill Center, to conduct the opening session. Sixteen speakers shared their knowledge on related Neurobehavioral subjects such as eyeblink conditioning, pediatric neuroimaging techniques, the hippocampus and remote spatial memory, and many more.
Agenda (.pdf)
For more about the presenters, view the Participant List (.pdf).

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