The Biometrics Research Program is devoted to understanding physiological correlates of cognition in individuals with and without psychopathology. Brain activity is assessed through measurement of pupil dilation,  event-related potentials (ERPs), including P300, N400, and very late slow waves, electrocardiography (ECG), electromyography (EMG),and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The lab is affiliated with the Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, and with the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System. The program in Pittsburgh was founded by Joseph Zubin and Stuart R. Steinhauer in 1977, and is based at the VA Pittsburgh University Drive Campus
Director: Stuart R. Steinhauer, Ph.D.
Director of Psycholinguistics: Ruth Condray, Ph.D.
Director of Affective Neuroscience: Greg Siegle, Ph.D.

33rd Pupil Colloquium, Murcia, Spain in 2019 - to be updated


32nd Pupil Colloquium, Morges, Switzerland, Sept. 6-9 2017


28th Pupil Colloquium, Pittsburgh, August 2009


Lab Publications

 (includes downloadable Archives, 1929- present)

Related Links

Zubin Award List

Joseph Zubin biosketch

The Biometrics Research Program is home to the Biometrics Research Lab, Psycholinguistics Lab, and Program in Cognitive Affective Neuroscience

The Biometrics Research Lab

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The Psycholinguistics Lab

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Program in Cognitive Affective Neuroscience (PICAN)

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Comments or questions regarding this site can be sent to Greg Siegle, Ph.D.
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