Department of Psychology
Human neuropsychology; emotion, consciousness, cognition, memory; neuropsychological testing and diagnosis; concussion; closed head injury; genetics; epigenetics; schizophrenia, autism, ADD/ADHD.
Major Interests: Emotion, TBI/CHI, Consciousness, Theory of Mind UNFORTUNATELY, DUE TO LACK OF RESEARCH SPACE AND STUDENT FUNDING, DR. FANTIE IS NOT ACCEPTING DOCTORAL STUDENTS
DegreesPh.D., Psychology, Dalhousie University, MA, Psychology, Dalhousie University, BA (Honours in Psychology), Concordia University, Diplome Études Collegial (Sciences Humain), Dawson College
Favorite Spot on Campus:No longer exists
Book Currently Reading:The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons: The History of the Human Brain as Revealed by True Stories of Trauma, Madness, and Recovery by Sam Kean/ 'Transcending the Speed of Light' by Marc Seifer / 'Consciousness: An Introduction' by Susan Blackmore / 'Psychology' by Schacter, Gilbert, Wegner, & Nock / An Introduction to the Event-Related Potential Technique by Steven Luck
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
- Kolb, B. & Fantie, B.D. (2009). Development of the Child's Brain and Behavior. In C.E. Reynolds & E. Fletcher-Janzen (Eds.) Handbook of Clinical Child Neuropsychology (3rd Edition), New York: Plenum, pp.19-416.
- Mirsky, A.F., Fantie, B.D. & Tatman, J.E. (1995). Assessment of attention across the lifespan. In R.L. Mapou & J. Spector (Eds.) Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment: A Cognitive Approach. New York: Plenum, pp. 17-48.
- Kolb, B. & Fantie, B.D. (1994). Cortical graft function in adult and neonatal rats. In S.B. Dunnett & A. Bjorklund (Eds.) Functional Neural Transplantation, New York: Raven, pp. 415-436.
- Fantie, B.D. & Kolb, B. (1991). The problems of prognosis. In J. Dywan, R.D. Kaplan, & F.J. Pirozzolo (Eds.) Neuropsychology and the Law, New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 186-238.
Area of Expertise: brain damage; concussion, neurological disorders: autism, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, and schizophrenia; emotion, consciousness, memory, and spatial cognition; behavioral and affective neuroscience, cognitive neuropsychology, clinical neuropsychology, and behavioral genetics
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