Professor & Department Head of Psychology
University of Georgia
Dr. Miller is a research clinical neuropsychologist focusing on cognitive influences on brain/behavior relationships. His work encompasses a variety of behavioral processes as they relate to brain function and dysfunction. Dr. Miller uses behavioral, neuropsychological, psychophysical, and neuroimaging techniques to explore the relationship between changes in thinking such as working memory and problem solving, with their concomitant neural origins. Dr. Miller has published more than 120 journal articles and presented more than 200 conference papers and addresses, primarily in neurocognition and neuroimaging. His work has been supported by the NIH, the USDA, the NCAA, the State of Georgia, private Foundations, and by Industry.
Saturday, October 24, 2020
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM EST