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|Gonzalez-Lima, F||Pharmacology and Toxicology; College of Pharmacy; Psychology||Neuroscience, neuroanatomy, neurobiology, physiological psychology, psychobiology, learning and memory, brain mechanisms of behavior, neuroprotection, neurodegeneration, dementia, Alzheimer's …|
|Gosling, Samuel||Psychology||How personality is revealed in real-world contexts in everyday life, focusing on how individuals select and craft the environments in which they dwell to suit their personalities, examining a number …|
|Gough, Philip||Psychology||Reading and its acquisition; also psycholinguistics and cognition|
|Griffin, Zenzi||Communications Sciences and Disorders; Linguistics; Psychology||Cognition, psycholinguistics, language production Dr. Griffin studies how people express thoughts or messages in spoken utterances. Work in the Cognition and Communication Lab is particularly …|
|Haley, Andreana||Psychology||The biological underpinnings of cognitive impairment associated with aging and dementia- in particular, studying the neural substrates of memory, language and executive function in clinical …|
|Harden, Kathryn||Psychology||Dr. Harden plans to accept a graduate student to her laboratory in the Fall of 2014. Her research is broadly concerned with adolescent developmental psychopathology. She is particularly interested in …|
|Hayhoe, Mary||Psychology||Dr. Hayhoe is currently developing a human sensory-motor lab, in collaboration with Dana Ballard in Computer Science, for measuring unconstrained eye, head, and hand movements in the performance of …|
|Henderson, Marlone||Psychology||Broadly speaking, my program of research has one major objective: to understand the role that basic cognitive processes play in promoting social harmony. Specifically, most of my research explores how …|
|Holahan, Charles||Psychology||Health psychology, stress and coping, factors that discriminate between individuals who remain healthy versus those who become emotionally or physically ill in the context of life stressors|