Lawrence Gregory Appelbaum, Ph.D.

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2021- Department of Psychiatry University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
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Cognitive Neuroscience
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Greg Appelbaum is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego. He received a B.A in Psychology from Emory University in 1995, and a Masters and Ph.D. from the Department of Cognitive Science at the University of California, Irvine in 2002 and 2004, respectively.

At UCSD, Dr. Appelbaum heads the Human Performance Optimization lab (Opti Lab), an applied neuroscience laboratory that researches innovative approaches for accelerating learning and remediating psychiatric and neurological deficits. This research utilizes behavioral psychometrics and multiple complimentary human neuroimaging (e.g. fMRI, EEG, fNIRS) and neurostimulation (e.g. TMS, ECT) techniques to understand the interplay of perception, attention, memory and motor control. As a faculty, he research has been continually funded by grant awards from DARPA, NIH, and the Army Research Office, leading to over 80 published articles and book sections.

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George Sperling grad student 1999-2004 UC Irvine
 (Three studies of human information processing; texture amplification, motion representation, and figure -ground segregation.)
Marty G. Woldorff post-doc 2006- Duke
Anthony M. Norcia post-doc 2004-2006 Smith Kettlewell

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Liam Lochhead research assistant 2021- University of California at San Diego School of Medicine
Lauren Hughes research assistant 2012-2014 Duke
Kristina Krasich research assistant 2012-2014 Duke
Courtney Crowell research assistant 2016-2018 Duke
Alexandra Britto research assistant 2017-2018 Duke
Connor Hile research assistant 2018-2019 Duke
Susan Hilbig research assistant 2015-2020 Duke
Hannah Palmer research assistant 2017-2020 Duke
Eleanor Wood research assistant 2020-2021 Duke
Louise A Stolz grad student UCSD
Jillian Clements grad student 2016-2018 Duke
Tarik S. Bel-Bahar post-doc 2012-2014 Duke
Lingling Wang post-doc 2012-2014 Duke
Olga Lucia Gamboa post-doc 2017-2019 Duke
Lysianne Beynel post-doc 2016-2020 Duke
Sicong Liu post-doc 2018-2021 Duke
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Beynel L, Dannhauer M, Palmer H, et al. (2021) Network-based rTMS to modulate working memory: The difficult choice of effective parameters for online interventions. Brain and Behavior. e2361
Neacsiu AD, Beynel L, Powers JP, et al. (2021) Enhancing Cognitive Restructuring with Concurrent Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: A Transdiagnostic Randomized Controlled Trial. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. 1-13
Liu S, Clements JM, Kirsch EP, et al. (2021) Psychophysiological Markers of Performance and Learning during Simulated Marksmanship in Immersive Virtual Reality. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 33: 1253-1270
Young JR, Galla JT, Appelbaum LG. (2021) Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Treatment for Smoking Cessation: An Introduction for Primary Care Clinicians. The American Journal of Medicine
Laby DM, Appelbaum LG. (2021) Comment on Nascimento et al. Citations Network Analysis of Vision and Sport. 2020, , 7574. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 18
Beynel L, Campbell E, Naclerio M, et al. (2021) The Effects of Functionally Guided, Connectivity-Based rTMS on Amygdala Activation. Brain Sciences. 11
Powers JP, Davis SW, Neacsiu AD, et al. (2020) Examining the Role of Lateral Parietal Cortex in Emotional Distancing Using TMS. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Gamboa Arana OL, Palmer H, Dannhauer M, et al. (2020) Intensity- and timing-dependent modulation of motion perception with transcranial magnetic stimulation of visual cortex. Neuropsychologia. 147: 107581
Beynel L, Deng L, Crowell CA, et al. (2020) Structural controllability predicts functional patterns and brain stimulation benefits associated with working memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Young JR, Smani SA, Mischel NA, et al. (2020) Non-invasive brain stimulation modalities for the treatment and prevention of opioid use disorder: a systematic review of the literature. Journal of Addictive Diseases. 38: 186-199
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