School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

DEAN AND ASSOCIATE DEANS

Dean James C. Bartlett

Dr. James C. Bartlett
Interim Dean

Dr. James Bartlett was appointed interim dean of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences in September 2015. A professor of cognitive neuroscience and cognitive psychology, Bartlett is known for his research on how people perceive and remember nonverbal information, including faces, melodies and visual scenes. He previously served as program head for the PhD program in cognition and neuroscience.


Dr. Christine A. Dollaghan

Dr. Christine A. Dollaghan
Associate Dean, Program and Administration

In her role as associate dean, Dr. Dollaghan is charged with leading various organizational and program functions within the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Dr. Dollaghan studies the nature, identification and outcomes of language and other communication disorders in young children.


Dr. Melanie J. Spence

Dr. Melanie J. Spence
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies

In her role as associate dean, Dr. Spence provides resources and support for students enrolled as undergraduates at the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Dr. Spence is a leading researcher in the area of how young infants process speech stimuli and faces.


Dr. Robert D. Stillman

Dr. Robert D. Stillman
Associate Dean, Graduate Studies

In his role as associate dean, Dr. Stillman provides resources and support for students enrolled in graduate programs at the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Dr. Stillman focuses his research on the acquisition of communicative skills in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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