Robert Strandburg | Associate Professor
Office: 110 Clough Hall | Phone: (901) 843-3170 | Email: strandburg@rhodes.edu

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I am a Cognitive Psychophysiologist. In my research I record brain activity during the performance of cognitive tasks to assess information processing deficits in childhood psychopathology, primarily childhood onset schizophrenia, autism and ADHD.


Education
M.A., Ph.D. University of California at Los Angeles
B.A. Amherst College


Selected Publications

Strandburg, RJ, Marsh, JT, Brown, WS, Asarnow, RF, Guthrie, D, Harper, R and Nuechterlein, KH; Continuous-processing related ERPs in adult schizophrenics: continuity with Childhood Onset Schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry, 1999, 45: 1356-1369.

Strandburg, RJ, Marsh, JT, Brown, WS, Asarnow, RF, Guthrie, D, Harper, R, Yee, CM and Nuechterlein, KH. Event-related potential correlates of linguistic information processing in schizophrenics. Biological Psychiatry, 1997, 42: 596-608.

Strandburg, RJ, Marsh, JT, Brown, WS, Asarnow, RF, Guthrie, D, Higa, J, Yee-Bradbury, CM and Nuechterlein, KH. Reduced attention-related negative potentials in schizophrenic adults. Psychophysiology, 1994, 31: 272-281.

Strandburg, RJ, Marsh, JT, Brown, WS, Asarnow, RF and Guthrie, D. Information-processing deficits across childhood and adult-onset schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 1994, 20: 685-695.

Strandburg, RJ and Krasne, FB. Intracellular analysis of the innervation of a crayfish sensory interneuron by regenerating afferents. J. Neurophysiology, 1985, 54: 385-402.

Strandburg, RJ, Marsh, JT, Brown, WS, Asarnow, RF and Guthrie, D. Event-related potential concomitants of information processing dysfunction in schizophrenic children. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1984, 57: 236-253.