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Jane B. Gore, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor    

BA Psychology and French, Georgetown University (1997)
MA Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Neuroscience, Georgia State University (2000)
PhD Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neuroscience, Georgia State University (2002)


Courses Taught

PT 7710: Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology I
PT 7025 Management of Medical and Surgical Conditions (Pharmacology)
PT 7709: Psychosocial Aspects of Disability and Disease


Select Peer Reviewed Scientific and Professional Presentations:

Gore, J. and Lorio, A. (2014). Dissecting Instructional Innovation: Lessons Learned from a Neuroanatomy Lab. Conference on Instructional Innovation, GSU, Atlanta, GA.

Lorio, A. and Gore, J. (2014). Beyond Books and Brains? Integrating Active Learning and iPad Technology into the Neuroanatomy Lab. Combined Sections Meeting APTA, Las Vegas, NV.

Trappe, S., Cathcart, A., Nix, R. and Gore, J. (2014).  Effect of Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Gait Velocity in Patients with Parkinson’s disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.  Combined Sections Meeting APTA, Las Vegas, NV.

Gore, J., Krebs, D., and Parent, M. (2006). Increases in blood glucose and salivary cortisol are not necessary for arousal to enhance memory in young and older adults. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 31(5), 589-600.

Haist, F., Bowden Gore, J. and Mao, H. (2001). Consolidation of human memory occurring over decades revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Nature Neuroscience, 4(11), 1139-1145.

Current/Active Research Activity:

Investigating student learning and engagement through teaching innovation using active and experiential learning in the DPT classroom and laboratory.