Mark J. Fenske | Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies

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Mark J. Fenske

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Programs

Psychology MA, PhD
Neuroscience MSc, MBS, PhD

About My Research...

“Cognitive-affective Neuroscience: My lab combines measures of human behaviour with brain imaging techniques, such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), to examine the cognitive and neural mechanisms of visual recognition and affective response, and how they are influenced by attention, emotion, and our previous experience with the world.”

 
Email: 
mfenske@uoguelph.ca
Summary: 

My lab combines measures of human behaviour with brain imaging techniques, such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), to examine the cognitive and neural mechanisms of visual recognition and affective response, and how...