Dr. Steven Faux

Associate Professor of Psychology
Office Location: 430 Olin Hall
515-271-3839
steven.faux@drake.edu

Dr. Faux earned his B.A. from the University of California, Riverside and his Ph.D. from Brigham Young University. His primary field is cognitive neuroscience. Dr. Faux teaches human evolutionary psychology, cognitive psychology, and sensation and perception. He studies the evolution of human cognitive processes.

His research focuses on how the P300 wave changes during discrimination learning and in other neurological disorders. He has a general interest in brain imaging procedures. 

ArtSci News
October 17, 2017
Scholar Robert J. Russell will present a theory, based in Christianity, of how divine action may intervene in nature through quantum mechanics.
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