Tom James

Tom James
Indiana University Bloomington
Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences

Dr. Tom James is a Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University Bloomington. His research focuses on the role of sensory systems in decision making and more recently has used alcohol addiction as a model system for understanding problems with decision making. His research has been recognized by the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. In 2014, his mentorship of women was recognized by the Indiana University Center of Excellence for Women in Technology. He is currently heading up the Male Allies and Advocates for Gender Equity program at Indiana University.

 

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