Richard J. Haier is professor emeritus at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine. Haier is also the associate editor of the Intelligence journal and the president-elect of the International Society for Intelligence Research. His main research interest uses neuroimaging to investigate the structural and functional neuroanatomy of higher cognitive processes, especially human intelligence. Haier is the author of The Neuroscience of Intelligence. His research has been featured on Nova Science Now, NPR, CBS Sunday Morning, and in TIME, Newsweek, and Scientific American Mind. Richard J. Haier received his Ph.D. in psychology from Johns Hopkins University and his previous appointments include NIMH and Brown University. Haier’s set of video lectures called The Intelligent Brain is available from the Great Courses Company.