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I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. When I am not with my beautiful family you can find me working as a cognitive and behavioral neuroscientist using brain magnetic resonance images (MRI) to research how the brain is related to cognitive decline in Parkinson’s disease, dementia, and aging. I have a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in neuropsychology. I currently reside in Florida where I serve as bishop of a ward.

7 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Marcelle Declerck

    Courageux de votre part d’avoir établi ce site.
    Je suis présidente des Jeunes filles dans la branche de Quimper en France.
    J’apprécie beaucoup et vous remercie
    Marcelle

  2. Nicole

    Thanks, Jared! You are awesome. Great website. Thank you for all that you are doing. Please consider the following prophetic interpretation in your discussion of Alma and Helam:

    Mosiah 18:14–15 —Can a Person Baptize Himself?

    When Alma baptized Helam at the waters of Mormon, he put Helam under the water and he went under the water with him. With the next baptism, Alma only immersed that person and did not go under the water himself. President Joseph Fielding Smith explained: “When Alma baptized himself with Helam that was not a case of Alma baptizing himself, but merely as a token [sign] to the Lord of his humility and full repentance” ( Answers to Gospel Questions, 3:203).
    Taken from: http://seminary.lds.org/manuals/book-of-mormon-seminary-student-study-guide/bm-ssg-05-mos-8-12.asp

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