Adam Brown

BA, University of Oregon. MA, PhD, New School for Social Research. Postdoctoral Fellow, Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Director of the Sarah Lawrence College Cognition and Emotion Laboratory. Clinical psychologist with special interests in clinical, cognitive, and neuroscientific approaches to memory and emotion, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), resilience, social influences on memory, the construction of autobiographical memory and self-identity, and international mental health. Recipient of grants from the National Institutes of Health, US Department of Defense, Fulbright, and private foundations. Adjunct Assistant Professor, New York University School of Medicine. SLC, 2009–

Courses taught in Psychology

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • First-Year Studies: Synapse to Self: Neuroscience of Self-Identity
  • The Neurobiology of Mental Health
  • Trauma, Loss, and Resilience
2012-2013
  • The Synapse to Self: The Neuroscience of Self-Identity
  • Trauma, Loss, and Resilience

Courses taught in Child Development Program

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • The Neurobiology of Mental Health - Graduate

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