Communication Sciences & Disorders Faculty
Dr. Jagaroo is a cognitive neuroscientist with research interests in the areas of visuospatial function and spatial cognition – how the brain is involved in the processing and perception of space and higher order vision.
Dr. Jagaroo is currently studying the application of information technology to neuropsychology – specifically in developing a computerized system to map large-scale visual fields.
Office: Ubank 904
Current CoursesCognitive Psychology (PS203), The Brain and Behavior (SC213), Visual & Spatial Preception (SC312)
CSD Department news
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Katie O'Neil '09, '11
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