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Mark Jaime, PhD

Assistant Professor, Psychology
Division of Science
CC Room 141

PHONE: 812.348.7236
FAX: 812.348.7370
E-MAIL: mjaime@iupuc.edu

Biographical Statement

Broadly speaking, my research interests are in multisensory social perception and phenomenal consciousness. I use methods from developmental social cognitive neuroscience, experimental psychology, and comparative psychology to examine both the neural systems and developmental origins of social perception and implicit self-awareness in typical and atypical development. Currently, I focus on two specific areas of investigation: (1) the identification and characterization of early neurocognitive risk for social impairment in ASD, with a special emphasis on the functional connectivity of the ‘social brain’ and (2) the multisensory basis of experiential self-awareness. I direct the Early Sensory Experiences Lab, which is located on the IUPUC campus.

Education

  • Postdoctoral, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2013
  • Postdoctoral, University of Miami, Florida, 2011
  • Ph.D., Florida international University, Miami's Public Research University, 2007
  • B.A., Florida International University, Miami's Public Research University, 2001

Courses Taught

  • PSY B-320 Behavioral Neuroscience
  • PSY B-334 Perception
  • PSY B-105 Psychology as a Biological Science
  • PSY B-311 Research Methods in Psychology

Awards & Activities

  • IUPUC Faculty Development Award, IUPUC Office of the Vice Chancellor , 2015
  • Marino Autism Research Institute Award, 2008
  • Elected Associate Member to the Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, 2007
  • NIH Travel Award, International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, 2007
  • NIH Travel Award, International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, 2005
  • NIH-NIGMS Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE) Award ,2004

Publications

  • Jaime, M., O’Driscoll, & Moore, C. (in press). Visual Discrimination of Delayed Self-Generated Movement Reveals the Temporal Limit of Proprioceptive–Visual Intermodal Integration. Consciousness and Cognition.
  • Jaime, M., McMahon, C. M., Davidson, B. C., Newell, L. C., Mundy, P. C., & Henderson, H. A. (2015). Brief report: Reduced temporal-central alpha EEG coherence during joint attention in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46, 1477-1489. 
  • Jaime, M., Longard, J., & Moore, C. (2014). Developmental changes in visual-proprioceptive integration in children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 125, 1-12.
  • Hileman, C., Henderson, H., Mundy, P., Newell, L., & Jaime, M. (2011). Developmental and individual differences on the P1 and N170 ERP components in children with and without autism. Developmental Neuropsychology, 36, 214-236.
  • Jaime, M., Lopez, J. P., & Lickliter, R. (2009). Bobwhite quail (colinus virginianus) hatchlings track the direction of human gaze. Animal Cognition, 12, 559-565.