About Dr. Kashino
My graduate research was largely in the area of neural mechanisms of attention and event-related potential refractoriness related to norephinephrine in a rat model. During my post-doctoral work, I conducted research in humans and monkeys and has works published in the areas of impaired sensory processing related to schizophrenia and multisensory cortical responding in the auditory cortex of 2 monkey species.
At Daemen, my current major research efforts are devoted to varied undergraduate selected original research projects. Collaborations with my students are regularly presented at National Conferences.
I serve on the Daemen College IRB and have chaired it twice. I have also served many years on the CIS, and presently sit on a number of committees - Academic Festival Committee, Educational Policy Committee, Scholar's Day Committee, and the Summer Bridge Program Committee - as well as many ad hoc committees. I am also a faculty mentor, an a mentor to the Psychology Club as well as to the Daemen College chapter of Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology.
With my family and community I serve as treasurer of a local cub scout pack and volunteer for several foundations as well as at my son's school.
PSY 103 - Introduction to Psychology
PSY 321 - Sensation & Perception
PSY 333 - Statistics for Psychology and Social Sciences
PSY 353 - Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 354 - Topics in Psychological Research (Cognition)
PSY 380 - Behavioral Pharmacology
PSY 444 - Senior Thesis in Psychology
IND 101 - Critical Relationships (First-Year Seminar)