Professor Michael Bloch

Michael Bloch

Faculty Emeritus

Faculty Emeritus


Professor Bloch is a cognitive neuropsychologist who received his PhD in 1989. His research investigates hemispheric asymmetry and integration in normal and disabled populations, as well as the effects of certain olfactory stimuli on hemispheric processing. He is also an Educational Therapist, working with a variety of students with learning differences including dyslexia, ADD, and nonverbal learning disabilities.

Prof. Bloch's teaching interests include Brain and Behavior, Human Neuropsychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Learning and Memory, Cognition, Psychology of Reading and Dyslexia, Psychology of Dreaming, Statistics, and General Psychology.


  • Brain and Behavior
  • Human Neuropsychology
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Learning and Memory
  • Cognition
  • Psychology of Reading and Dyslexia
  • Psychology of Dreaming
  • Statistics
  • General Psychology

Research Areas

  • Hemispheric asymmetry
  • Integration in normal and disabled populations
  • The effects of certain olfactory stimuli on hemispheric processing


  • PhD, 1989