James Kryklywy
James received a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Western Ontario, completing his training at the Brain and Mind Institute. His research focuses primarily on the impact of emotion on the neurocognitive systems involved in sensory processing. Specifically, James utilizes a combination of techniques (fMRI, eye-tracking, behavioural measures, etc.) to determine how emotional contexts can impact the representation of sensory information in the brain, and how this can influence both interactions with our immediate environment and maintenance of learned behaviours.