Rainer K. W. Schwarting

Philipps-University of Marburg, Germany

Short CV: 1982, Diploma in Psychology, 1987, Dissertation to Dr. rer. nat., 1993, Habilitation in Psychology (University of Düsseldorf) 1983, Research Visit, Prof. Dr. R. Carey, Psychological Research Department, VA Medical Center, Syracuse New York, USA 1994-98, Heisenberg fellow at the Institute of Physiological Psychology, University of Düsseldorf 1997-99 PI and teacher at the Postgraduate School "Pathological processes of the nervous system: From Gene to behavior" of the University of Düsseldorf since 1999 Professor of Experimental and Biological Psychology at the Department of Psychology, University of Marburg 2001-04 and 2010-12, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology 2004-10 PI in the Postgraduate School “NeuroAct” (Neural Representation and Action control) Major research interests (rats, mice): • experimental brain damage, functional deficits, recovery • basal ganglia • neuropsychoimmunology • individual differences • procedural learning • neurobehavioral pharmacology of stimulant drugs • neurobiology of ultrasonic vocalization

Biography Updated on 2 April 2012

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