George Robinson

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentPsychology

Phone336-285-2275

Fax336-334-7538

Emailgrobinso@ncat.edu

OfficeNew Science Building
Room: 360C

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

George Robinson

Education

Other: Neurobiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989

Other: Individual Research Service Award, National Institutes of Health, 1987

Ph D: Psychology / Biological Psychology (Behavioral Neuroscience), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985

BA: Psychology, North Carolina A&T State University, 1979


Research Interests

My research interests include: Sensory and Cognitive Neuroelectrophysiology, non-invasive brain computer interfacing, neural substrates of violence, neural substrates of working memory, neuroelectrophysiological measures of deception, applied cognitive neuroscience


Recent Publications

Robinson, Jr., George  Crooks, Geoff  Shinkman, Paul  Gallagher, Michael  (1989).  Behavioral effects of MK 801 mimic deficits associated with hippocampal damage. .  (2,  17,  pp. 156-164).  Psychobiology.

Bauman, Steve  Otto, David  Schroeder, Steve  Barton, Susan  (1987).  The relationship of late positive ERPs, age, intelligence and lead absorption in socioeconomically disadvantage children. .   Current Trends in Event Related Potentials Research.

Otto, David  Bauman, Steve  Robinson, Jr., George  (1985).  Application of a portable microprocessor based system for electrophysiology field testing of neurotoxicity. .  (7,  pp. 409-414).  Neurobehavioral Toxicology and Teratology.

Robinson, Jr., George  Bauman, Steve  Kleinbaum, David  Barton, Chris  Schroeder, Steve  Mushak, Paul  Otto, David  (1985).  Effects of low to moderate lead exposure on brainstem auditory evoked potentials in children..   Neurobehavioral Methods in Occupational and Environmental Health.

Otto, David  Robinson, Jr., George  Bauman, Steve  Schroeder, Steve  Mushak, Paul  Kleinbaum, David  Barton, Chris  Boone, Louies  (1985).  Five year follow up study of children with low to moderate lead absorption: electrophysiological evaluation.  (1,  38,  pp. 168-186).  Environmental Research .

Hawk, Barbara  Schroeder, Steve  Robinson, Jr., George  Otto, David  Mushak, Paul  Kleinbaum, David  Dawson, G.  (1985).  Relation of lead and social factors to IQ of low SES children: a partial replication.   American Journal of Mental Deficiency.