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|Schnyer, David||Psychology||Much of human mental capacity is driven by our ability to monitor and then control our behavior. In the past, my research has explored metamemory- the monitoring and control processes that contribute …|
|Smits, Jasper||Psychology||Development of behavioral and integrative treatments for anxiety disorders (e.g., social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder) and related problems (smoking, overeating, …|
|Stice, Eric||Psychology||Research focuses on understanding the etiologic processes that give rise to adolescent psychopathology, including eating disorders, obesity, depression, and substance abuse, and seeks to develop …|
|Swann, William||Psychology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Idenity fusion and the interplay between personal and social identities; the relation between social-cognitive processes and group processes; why people enter into and maintain relationships in which …|
|Telch, Michael||Psychology||Panic disorder, anxiety disorders, cognitive processes in fear reduction, cognitive and behavior therapy, and evaluation of psychotherapeutic outcome|
|Tucker-Drob, Elliot||Psychology||Dr. Tucker-Drob's research is guided by a lifespan approach to human development and aging. He has particular interests in individual differences and developmental changes in cognitive abilities …|
|Wilczynski, Walter||Psychology||-Neuroethology, the study of the neural basis of natural behavior. -Focus on the neural systems underlying animal communication and reproductive behavior, the interaction of the sensory and hormonal …|
|Woolley, Jacqueline||Psychology||Two basic aspects of children's cognitive development: (1) their beliefs about the nature of reality, and (2) their understanding of mental states and processes The goal of Dr. Woolley's …|