Human Neuroimaging Group
The Human Neuroimaging Group is a group of interdisciplinary psychological scientists in the UNC Department of Psychology and Neuroscience who use neuroimaging tools to address questions about the neural basis of human cognition, emotion, and behavior.
Graduate students can work directly with the Human Neuroimaging Group to to use human neuroimaging tools to unearth the more basic neural mechanisms that contribute to healthy and disordered mental processes across the lifespan. Human Neuroimaging Seminars and fMRI training are also offered through the group. For more information, visit the Human Neuroimaging Group online.