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Timothy M. Barth, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Interim Provost, and Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, Texas Christian University, teaches courses in neuroscience, psychology, problem-solving, and ethical decision-making. He assisted in creating a TCU undergraduate program in the Psychology of Leadership. Dr. Barth’s areas of expertise and research are in behavioral neuroscience and ethical decision-making. He has published over 30 original research papers and book chapters, most of which evaluate various factors that may influence recovery after brain injury. Dr. Barth worked as a visiting scientist at the Merck Sharp and Dohme Neuroscience Research Centre in Harlow, England, after completing his doctorate at the University of Texas, Austin, and he worked for two years at the National Institute of Mental Health. After leaving NIMH, he accepted a faculty position at Texas Christian University in 1990 and chaired the Department of Psychology for 15 years.