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Bojana Zupan Associate Professor of Psychological Science and Director of Neuroscience and Behavior

Dr. Zupan is an Associate Professor of Psychological Science and a member of the Neuroscience and Behavior program, having joined the Vassar College faculty in the fall of 2012. She teaches courses ranging from First Year Writing Seminar (Psyc184: An Introduction to the Mind: What's Brain Got to Do With It?) to research methods (Psyc249: Research Methods in Physiological Psychology) and senior seminars (Neur301: Translational Neuroscience: from Lab to Clinic to Public), and runs an active research lab investigating the impact of genetic and environmental factors on development of behavioral traits associated with disorders such as ADHD and Autism.
  • BA, Barnard College; PhD, Weill Medical College of Cornell University
  • At Vassar since 2012


Research and Academic Interests

  • neurodevelopment
  • social behavior
  • dopamine
  • autism


  • NEUR 249. Research Methods in Physiological Psychology


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