James E. Crum, II

James E. Crum II is a Ph.D., student in cognitive neuroscience at University College London. His areas of research and interest include executive functions, the prefrontal cortex, prospective memory, Autism Spectrum Disorders, functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), emotion regulation, appraisal processing, neuroethics, and psychotherapy.

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