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|Albrecht, Duane||Psychology||Research Interests include biological, perceptual and visual perception psychology.|
|Anderson, Erin||Psychology||Lab manager for Dr. Judith Langlois: https://www.utexas.edu/research/eureka/faculty/view?faculty_id=456 http://www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/psychology/faculty/jhl73|
|Beer, Jennifer||Psychology||Professor Beer is involved with the Self Regulation Lab which focuses on self-processes, emotion processes and social cognition. The lab is interested in how these processes contribute to appropriate …|
|Beevers, Christopher||Psychology||Dr. Beevers' primary research interest focuses on the cognitive etiology and treatment of major unipolar depression. His research has examined whether depression vulnerability is associated with …|
|Bigler, Rebecca||Psychology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Social cognition in children, gender role development, racial attitudes, social stereotyping and prejudice|
|Booth, Amy||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Psychology||Young children vary widely in their skills and motivation for learning. I am interested in understanding the origins of this variability, as well as its consequences for children’s language …|
|Borcyk, Amber||Psychology||The main focus of their research is the behavioral, neurological, and genetic factors associated with eating disorders, depression, substance abuse.|
|Buss, David||Psychology||Evolutionary psychology of human mating strategies; conflict between the sexes; prestige, status, and reputation; jealousy; social relationships, including coalitions and dyadic friendships|
|Carlson, Caryn||Psychology||Dr. Carlson's research addresses gender differences in correlates and determinants of happiness/well-being.|
|Church-Lang, Jessica||Psychology||brain networks, development of task control, development of reading, developmental disorders, neuroimaging|