Frank Krueger

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Analyzing Brain Functions to treat Wounded Warriors
Mason Research 2011: Discovery and Innovation at George Mason University (04.14.2011)

Does Constant Violence Desensitize or Bore Teens?
Life Science (October 19th 2010)

Watching Violent TV or Video Games Desensitizes Teenagers and May Promote More Aggressive Behavior, New Study Finds
Science Daily (October 19th 2010)

Religious Thoughts and Feelings Not Limited to One Part of Brain
The New York Times (March 9th 2009)

Sex, Drugs, and ... Charity? - Brain study finds new links
The Chronicle of Philantrophy (Dec 7th 2006)

The joy of giving - Donating to charity rewards the brain
The Economist print edition (Oct 12th 2006)

Using your brain - Experts examine how brain makes economic decisions
A NewsHour with Jim Lehrer (May 10th 2005)


Frank Krueger, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor 
Chief, Social Cognition and Interaction
(SCI) Laboratory
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA

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Center for the Study of Neuroeconomics, George Mason University
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology/ Molecular Neuroscience Department, George Mason University
Lead Investigator
Warfighter Head Injury Study, Behavioral Neurology Unit, National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Instiutues of Health