Dr. Becker is an Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology.
Professional Title: Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Social decision making, neurocognitive correlates of social and daily functioning, history of neuroscience, narrative identity, philosophy of mind
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Clinical Neuropsychology
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Neuropsychology; Cognitive Psychology; Theories of Personality
Education: BA, Salve Regina University; MA, Fuller Theological Seminary; MA, PhD, Fuller Graduate School of Psychology
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One of my favorite quotes:"There is little or no hope of any recovery of his memory. But a man does not consist of memory alone. He has feeling, will, sensibilities, moral being - matters of which neuropsychology cannot speak. And it is here, beyond the realm of impersonal psychology, that you may find ways to touch him, and change him... Neuropsychologically, there is little or nothing you can do; but in the realm of the individual, there may be much you can do." -Alexander Luria’s response to Oliver Sacks
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