Mimetic Theory
Welcome About the Project Participants

+ Mark Anspach
+ Warren Brown
+ Paul Dumouchel
+ Jean-Pierre Dupuy
+ Vittorio Gallese
+ Scott R. Garrels
+ René Girard
+ Robert Hamerton-Kelly
+ William B. Hurlbut
+ Melvin Konner
+ Ann Cale Kruger
+ Andrew N. Meltzoff
+ Trevor Merrill
+ Jean-Michel Oughourlian

Warren Brown, Ph.D.
Warren Brown is professor of psychology and director of the Travis Research Institute in the school of psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in experimental psychology (physiology). Brown has authored or coauthored over 70 scholarly articles in such peer-reviewed scientific journals as Neuropsychologia, Psychophysiology, Neurobiology of Aging, Biological Psychiatry, Developmental Neuropsychology, Cortex, and Science; 15 chapters in edited scholarly books; and over 120 presentations at scientific meetings. Brown has also written and lectured on the integration of neuroscience and Christian faith, and was principal editor of Whatever Happened to the Soul? Scientific and Theological Portraits of Human Nature (1998). Currently, he is most actively involved in studying the cognitive and psychosocial disabilities in a congenital brain malformation called agenesis of the corpus callosum. Additional areas of research include child development and adult aging, evoked EEG potentials in mental activity and psychopathology, and philosophy, neuroscience, and the relationship between science and faith.

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