Clinical Area Labs & Affiliations
Core Faculty Labs
- Christopher Beevers, Ph.D., Mood Disorders Laboratory
- Caryn Carlson, Ph.D., Carlson Web Page
- Kim Fromme, Ph.D., SAHARA Lab
- Andreana Haley, Ph.D., Clinical Neuroscience Lab
- Kathyrn Paige Harden, Ph.D., Developmental Behavior Genetics Lab
- Charles Holahan, Ph.D., Occupational Health Psychology
- Marc Lewis, Ph.D., Lewis Web Page
- Martita Lopez, Ph.D., (Director of Clinical Training), Lopez Web Page
- Cindy Meston, Ph.D., The Sexual Psychophysiology Laboratory
- Rebecca Neal, Ph.D., The Child Development in Context Laboratory
- Manuel Ramirez, Ph.D., Laboratory of Multicultural Process and Mental Health
- Jasper Smits, Ph. D., Behavioral & Integrative Treatment Development Program
- Michael Telch, Ph.D., Laboratory for the Study of Anxiety Disorders
- Robert Josephs, Ph.D. (Psychology, Social and Personality Area)
- James Pennebaker, Ph.D. (Psychology, Social and Personality Area)
- William Swann, Ph.D. (Psychology, Social and Personality Area)
- Elliot Tucker-Drob, Ph.D. (Psychology, Individual Differences and Evolutionary Psychology)
The clinical program has received strong support from the department and the university, and we feel fortunate to have ample resources to meet our student and faculty needs. Foremost on our list of resources is the new 52 million dollar Seay Psychology building, which we moved into in May 2002. The department occupies 80,711 square feet of space in the building, which features world-class research facilities, state-of-the-art computer labs and classrooms, two libraries, a number of well-situated conference and seminar rooms, and ample office space for graduate student research and teaching assistants. Our move to this impressive facility is an enormously positive and important event for our department, and will allow us to continue to build on our stature as a first-class research institution. In the words of our former department chair, Dr. Don Foss:
The Sarah M. and Charles E. Seay Building is a model for a powerfully integrated approach to the study of human behavior. The building is a beautiful home for exciting advances in our understanding of human behavior. It provides a natural and stimulating setting for interaction among faculty, among students, and between students and faculty. We want it to be the best home for psychology in America - a place of discovery, service, and beauty.
The 3rd floor Clinical Training Clinic occupies half of the western wing, with eight treatment and assessment rooms outfitted with audio equipment and observation windows, a group room for clinic meetings and group therapy sessions, and a spacious waiting room for clients.
Of benefit to both faculty and graduate students is the department’s technical support. The Psychology department maintains a network of over 700 computers and a staff of technicians. We also employ an instrument maker, a grant manager, and a coordinator of the undergraduate subject pool.