PROFESSOR: JAMES G. PFAUS
James Pfaus is a professor in Concordia’s Department of Psychology and researcher in the Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology.
His research in human sexual function focuses on subjective and objective measures of sexual desire and pleasure in women and men, and how such measures are altered by different types of erotic stimulation.
“I could tell from the outset that Robert-Paul was a 21st-century Renaissance man. His interests in science extended far beyond the course material and he had the uncanny ability to see the big picture and maintain sophisticated knowledge of the details. He graduated with what I think must be a world record number of publications from his undergraduate and graduate research, topping well over 40. What contributes to his incredible meteoric success is his ability to ask questions that are outside the box but squarely inside the phenomena he examines.”