Associate Professor, Psychology
PhD (Waterloo), MA (Waterloo), BA Hons. (Saskatchewan)
6-384, City Centre Campus10700 – 104 AvenueEdmonton, AB780-633-3467
Born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Dr. Christopher Striemer completed his undergraduate training at the University of Saskatchewan in 2001. He then worked as an EEG/ERP research assistant at Dalhousie University from 2002–2003. He received first his Masters and then his PhD in Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo, completing his graduate studies in 2008. From 2008–2011, Dr. Striemer was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Brain and Mind Institute at the University of Western Ontario.
Available to supervise honours or individual study students.
Teaching and Research Interests
Dr. Striemer's primary teaching interests are in the areas of human neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience and perception.
His primary research interests are the cognitive neuroscience of attention, perception and visuomotor control. He studies these topics in healthy individuals and neurological patients using techniques such as behavioural testing, kinematic recordings and brain stimulation (e.g., tDCS).
Selected Publications / Presentations / Conference Papers
Striemer, C.L., Whitwell, R.W. & Goodale, M.A. (2017). Affective blindsight in the absence of input from face processing regions in occipital-temporal cortex. Neuropsychologia. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.11.014
Striemer, C.L. & Borza, C.A. (2017). Prism adaptation speeds reach initiation in the direction of the prism after-effect. Experimental Brain Research, 235(10), 3193-3206.
Striemer, C., Cusimano, M., Danckert, J., & Schweizer, T. (2015). Deficits in reflexive covert attention following cerebellar injury. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, article 428.
Striemer, C., Chouinard, P. A., Goodale, M. A., & de Ribaupierre, S. (2015). Overlapping neural circuits for viual attention and eye movements in the human cerebellum. Neuropsychologia, 69, 9–21.
Striemer, C. & Danckert, J. (2010). Through a prism darkly: Re-evaluating prisms and neglect. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 14(7), 308–316.
Awards / Grants / Fellowships
NSERC Discovery Grant, 2014–2019
Professional Associations / Memberships
Boards / Committees
Human Research Ethics Board, MacEwan University (2016–present)