About Charles J. Amlaner
Dr. Charles Amlaner is the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate College at Kennesaw State University. In his twenty-three years of experience in higher education, Dr. Amlaner has served as chair of four departments in two universities--the University of Arkansas and Indiana State University--and served two years as an Administrative Fellow for research and graduate studies in the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana State University. He holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Andrews University in Michigan and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Oxford University, United Kingdom. Dr. Amlaner has worked extensively in the field of animal sleep, and has made considerable contributions to the literature of the field.
Honors and Awards
- Theodore Dreiser Distinguished Research Professor, Indiana State University, since 2003
- Distinguished Scientist, Corresponding Member-at-Large, the German Ornithological Society, since 2002
- Distinguished Lecturer, 11th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Kyoto, Japan, 1994
- American Men and Women of Science, since 1990
- Who's Who in the South and Southwest of America, since 1985
Office: Graduate College, 3424 Kennesaw Hall
Unilateral Eye Closure and Interhemispheric EEG Asymmetry during Sleep in ...
Brain Behavior and Evolution (2001)
Aquatic mammals (i.e., Cetaceans, eared seals and manatees) and birds show interhemispheric asymmetries (IA) in slow-wave sleep-related electroencephalographic (EEG) activity, ...