The Human Neuroimaging Group is a group of interdisciplinary psychological scientists in the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Department of Psychology and Neuroscience who use neuroimaging tools to address questions about the neural basis of human cognition, emotion, and behavior.

Our group uses methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), positron emission tomography (PET), electroencephalography (EEG), behavioral genetics, and peripheral physiological measures (EKG, skin conductance) and includes faculty from the Behavioral Neuroscience, Clinical PsychologyCognitive PsychologyDevelopmental Psychology, Quantitative Psychology, and Social Psychology graduate programs.

Our interdisciplinary aim is to use human neuroimaging tools to unearth the more basic neural mechanisms that contribute to healthy and disordered mental processes across the lifespan. For a list of faculty interests, visit our Faculty and Core Laboratories.