Jan Cioe

Associate Professor

Psychology
Other Titles: Faculty Associate, Faculty of Management; Registered Psychologist #505
Office: ASC 285
Phone: 250.807.8732
Email: jan.cioe@ubc.ca

Graduate student supervisor



Research Summary

Not accepting graduate students for 2021-22. Human sexuality; forensic psychology; recovery of function from cortical lesions.

Courses & Teaching

Research methods and statistics; forensic psychology; human sexuality.

Websites

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Degrees

BA University of Toronto
MPhil University of Cambridge
PhD University of Western Ontario

Research Interests & Projects

I have research interest in two broad areas. Each year I go to the University of Lethbridge and work in Dr. Bryan Kolb’s labs on the issue of recovery of function after brain damage. This work is primarily done using the laboratory rat. I am part of very active basic research programme under Dr. Kolb’s direction. The second area of interest is in sexuality: Kolb and I have also done some work on sex differences in the recovery of function area. This area, however, is primary a result of the applied work I do. I co-facilitate the Kelowna Sex Offender Treatment Programme for the provincial Ministry of Health.

Selected Publications & Presentations

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (2004). Organization and plasticity of the prefrontal cortex of the rat. In S. Otani (Ed.), Prefrontal cortex: From synaptic plasticity to cognition (pp. 1-32). Kluwer Academic Publishers. New York.

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (2004). “Neuronal organization and change after neonatal injury”. In E. Ponsford (Ed.), Cognitive and behavioral rehabilitation (pp. 7-29). The Guilford Press. New York.

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (2003). Recovery from early cortical damage in rats. IX. Differential behavioral and anatomical effects of temporal cortex lesions at different ages of neural maturation”. BEHAVIOURAL Brain Research, 144(1-2), 67-76.

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (2001). Cryoanethesia on postnatal day 1, but not day 10, affects adult behavior and cortical morphology in rats”. Developmental Brain Research, 130(1), 9-14.

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (2000). Recovery from early cortical damage in rats, VIII. Earlier may be worse: Behavioural dysfunction and abnormal cerebral morphogenesis following perinatal frontal cortical lesions in the rat”. Neuropharmacology, 39(5), 756-764.

Kolb, B., Cioe, J., & Whishaw, I. Q. (2000). Is there an optimal age for recovery from motor cortex lesions? I. Behavioral and anatomical sequelae of bilateral motor cortex lesions in rats on postnatal days 1, 10, and in adulthood. Brain Research, 882(1-2), 62-74.

Kolb, B., Cioe, J., Whishaw, I. Q. (2000). Is there an optimal age for recovery from motor lesions? II. Behavioral and anatomical consequences of unilateral motor cortex lesions in perinatal, infant, and adult rats. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience,17(2-3), 61-70.

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (2000). Recovery from early cortical damage in rats, VII. Earlier may be worse: Behavioural dysfunction and abnormal cerebral morphogenesis following perinatal frontal cortical lesions in rats. Neuropharmacology, 39, 756-764.

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (1998). Absence of recovery or dendritic reorganization after neonatal posterior parietal lesions. Psychobiology, 26, 134-142.

Kolb, B., Cioe, J., & Muirhead, D. (1998). Cerebral morphology and functional sparing after prenatal frontal cortex lesions in rats. Behavioral Brain Research, 91, 143-155.

Kolb, B., Whishaw, I. Q., & Cioe, J. (1996). Brain. In Encyclopedia of human behavior (2nd ed.). Academic Press: New York, NY.

Kolb, B., & Cioe, J. (1996). Sex-related differences in cortical function after medial frontal lesions in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 110, 1271-1281.

Kolb, B., Petrie, B., & Cioe, J. (1996). Recovery from early cortical damage in rats. VII. Comparison of the behavioural and anatomical effects of medial prefrontal lesions at different ages of neural maturation. Behavioural Brain Research, 79, 1-13.

Kolb, B., Whishaw, I. Q., & Cioe, J. (1994). Brain. In Encyclopedia of human behavior. Academic Press: New York, NY.

Kolb, B., Muirhead, D., & Cioe, J. (1994). Neonatal frontal cortex grafts fail to attenuate behavioral deficits or abnormal cortical morphogenesis. Brain Research, 647, 15-22.

Professional Services/Affiliations/Committees

Clinical Member, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders
Member, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality

 

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