Jerald D. Kralik, Ph.D.
Brain Dynamic Lab.,
Department of Bio and Brain Engineering,
KAIST, Republic of Korea
Visiting Professor of Brain Dynamics Lab., Department of Bio and Brain Engineering (2014-presnet)
Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences (2007–2014)
National Institute of Mental Health
Intramural Research Training Award Fellow (2002–2007); Advisor: Steven P. Wise
Duke University Medical Center
Postdoctoral Fellow (1999–2002); Advisor: Miguel A. L. Nicolelis
Postdoctoral Fellow (1998–1999); Advisor: Marc D. Hauser
Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center
Research Assistant (1984–1986); Advisor: Lawrence D. Byrd and M. Jackson Marr
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
A.M., Ph.D. in Psychology, June 1998.
Advisors: Michael E. Hasselmo and Richard J. Herrnstein.
Coursework included: Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Probability Theory, Statistics, Behavioral Neuroscience, Vision and Brain, Cognitive Psychology, Primate Ethology and Cognition, Animal Learning Theory, Behavioral Economics.
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
Graduate studies in Psychology, 1984–1986.
Advisors: Terry L. Maple and M. Jackson Marr.
Coursework included: Artificial Intelligence (three courses), Statistics, Comparative Psychology, Animal Learning Theory, Cognitive and Social Psychology.
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
B.S. with Honor in Zoology, 1984.
Member of the Honors College.
Honors Thesis: The effects of semi-wild and wild environments on laboratory-raised deer mice.
Coursework included: Calculus, Statistics, Physics, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Endocrinology, Genetics, Biology, Zoology, Physiology of Behavior, Animal Behavior, Economics, Philosophy.