Joshua Brown has been a professor of psychological and brain sciences at IU since 2006. My interests focus on how people and animals learn, optimize and control goal-directed behavior in complex and changing environments.
He has a bachelor’s degree from University of California San Diego in mechanical engineering and a Ph.D. from Boston University in cognitive and neural systems. His postdoctoral research was in monkey neurophysiology, human functional imaging and computational neural modeling.
Areas of Expertise
Functional neuroimaging of higher cognitive function, computational neuroscience, machine learning, addiction