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Research Interests include biological, perceptual and visual perception 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 social…
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 negatively…
Evolutionary psychology of human mating strategies; conflict between the sexes; prestige, status, and reputation; jealousy; social relationships, including coalitions and dyadic friendships
Dr. Carlson’s lab is currently conducting research on the assessment, prediction, and prevention of distress in first responders.
Professor Champagne's research explores the epigenetic impact of early life experiences and the pathways through which experiences in one generation come to influence the brain and behavior of subsequent generations…
child development, brain networks, development of task control, development of reading, developmental disorders, neuroimaging