Mona Hopkins, Professor
Office: 1022 SWKT
- PhD in Psychology from University of Utah, 1996
- MS in Psychology from University of Utah, 1992
- BS in Nursing from Westminster College, 1988
- AS in Nursing from Brigham Young University, 1975
My research focuses on brain-behavior relationships. One area of research examines the effect of critical illness on cognitive and psychological function (i.e., anxiety, depression, and posttraumatic stress disorder) and the relationship between cognitive function and brain imaging. Another area of research assesses whether interventions such as physical or cognitive rehabilitation can improve cognitive function following critical illness. A third area of research focuses on memory and how memory is affected following brain injury.