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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Cronin-Golomb graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 1984 with a Ph.D. in Psychobiology, after receiving a B.A. in Biology-Psychology from Wesleyan University. She joined Boston University in 1989 and is a faculty member in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (in both the Clinical Program and the Program in Brain, Behavior, and Cognition) as well as the interdisciplinary Center for Systems Neuroscience and Neurophotonics Center. She is director (along with Dr. Michael Lyons) of the Center for Clinical Biopsychology and is director of the Vision and Cognition Laboratory. Dr. Cronin-Golomb’s group collaborates with faculty from the Charles River Campus where she is based, including the College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College, and with faculty from the Medical Campus; the VA Boston Healthcare System; and the BU-affiliated Framingham Heart Study, the latter in regard to disease biomarkers. She teaches courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in Neuropsychology. Dr. Cronin-Golomb’s principal research focus is on the neural correlates of perception and cognition in aging and age-related neurodegenerative disease. Her main methodology is behavioral and includes visual psychophysics, neuropsychological assessment, and sensory/cognitive neuroscience, with collaborators in neuroimaging. A current emphasis is on the non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (perception, cognition, attention, mood, stigma, sleep, circadian function, autonomic function) and their interaction with motor symptoms, with attention to motor subtypes (e.g., body side of PD onset, type of symptom at onset). Her lab engages in basic research and in the development of interventions to enhance quality of life. Dr. Cronin-Golomb also has a long-standing interest in perception and cognition in Alzheimer’s disease. Her work and that of her students is supported by the National Institute of Health, the American Parkinson’s Disease Association, the Boston University Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Office Affinity Research Collaborative (ARC), the Boston University Alzheimer Disease Center, and the Boston University Digital Health Initiative.
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Academic Article Mapping mental number line in physical space: vertical and horizontal visual number line orientation in asymptomatic individuals with HIV.
Academic Article Impact of optic flow perception and egocentric coordinates on veering in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Effects of optic flow speed and lateral flow asymmetry on locomotion in younger and older adults: a virtual reality study.
Academic Article Visuospatial perception and navigation in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Figure-background perception in right and left hemispheres of human commissurotomy subjects.
Academic Article Comprehension of abstract concepts in right and left hemispheres of complete commissurotomy subjects.
Academic Article Subcortical transfer of cognitive information in subjects with complete forebrain commissurotomy.
Academic Article Visual dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease: relation to normal aging.
Academic Article Visual function in Alzheimer's disease and normal aging.
Academic Article Retinocalcarine function in Alzheimer's disease. A clinical and electrophysiological study.
Academic Article Perception of apparent motion by commissurotomy patients.
Academic Article Incomplete achromatopsia in Alzheimer's disease.
Academic Article Visuospatial dysfunction and problem solving in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Prevalence of visual deficits in Alzheimer's disease.
Academic Article Color discrimination in schizophrenia.
Academic Article Visual processing of rapidly presented stimuli is normalized in Parkinson's disease when proximal stimulus strength is enhanced.
Academic Article Characteristics of visual target influence detection of change in naturalistic scenes in Alzheimer disease.
Academic Article Visual and spatial symptoms in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Frontostriatal circuits are necessary for visuomotor transformation: mental rotation in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article HIV infection affects parietal-dependent spatial cognition: evidence from mental rotation and hierarchical pattern perception.
Academic Article Enhanced stimulus strength improves visual cognition in aging and Alzheimer's disease.
Academic Article Visual exploration of emotional facial expressions in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Specific impairments in the recognition of emotional facial expressions in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Role of a lateralized parietal-basal ganglia circuit in hierarchical pattern perception: evidence from Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Superior encoding enhances recall in color-graphemic synesthesia.
Academic Article Relation of Parkinson's disease subtypes to visual activities of daily living.
Academic Article Bingo! Externally supported performance intervention for deficient visual search in normal aging, Parkinson's disease, and Alzheimer's disease.
Academic Article Side and type of initial motor symptom influences visuospatial functioning in Parkinson''s disease.
Academic Article Perceptual, cognitive, and personality rigidity in Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Veering in hemi-Parkinson's disease: Primacy of visual over motor contributions.
Academic Article Effects of Parkinson's disease on optic flow perception for heading direction during navigation.
Academic Article Normal discrimination of spatial frequency and contrast across visual hemifields in left-onset Parkinson's disease: evidence against perceptual hemifield biases.
Academic Article Effect of visual cues on the resolution of perceptual ambiguity in Parkinson's disease and normal aging.
Academic Article Line bisection in Parkinson's disease: investigation of contributions of visual field, retinal vision, and scanning patterns to visuospatial function.
Academic Article Perception of Communicative and Non-communicative Motion-Defined Gestures in Parkinson's Disease.
Academic Article Impaired perception of biological motion in Parkinson''s disease.
Academic Article Visuospatial Attention to Single and Multiple Objects Is Independently Impaired in Parkinson's Disease.
Academic Article Sustained attention training reduces spatial bias in Parkinson''s disease: a pilot case series.
Academic Article Dysregulation of visual motion inhibition in major depression.
Academic Article Bistable perception in normal aging: perceptual reversibility and its relation to cognition.
Academic Article Aging and Perceptual Ambiguity: Volitional Control and the Perception of Bistable Images
Academic Article Spatial judgment in Parkinson''s disease: Contributions of attentional and executive dysfunction.
Grant Biological Motion Perception in Parkinson's Disease
Grant Effects of Parkinson's Disease on Perception, Cognition, and Gait

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