Faculty: David DeMatteo, JD, PhD
The DeMatteo Lab’s research focus is on the intersection of law and psychology, with a particular interest in research that has policy implications.
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Faculty: John Kounios, PhD
Kounios' EEG lab conducts research in a variety of areas in cognitive neuroscience, in particular, the neural basis of creativity and insight. It is fully equipped for high-density electroencephalogram (EEG) and event-related potential (ERP) research, including a MANSCAN data acquisition system and the EMSE software suite for analysis of electrophysiological data.
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Goldstein Delinquency Intervention and Assessment Lab
Faculty: Naomi Goldstein, PhD
Goldstein's Delinquency Intervention and Assessment Lab focuses on the (in)consistencies between legal policy and social science research on adolescent decision-making in criminal contexts. The lab's research involves forensic measurement development, evaluation of adolescent suspects' functioning during police interrogations, creation and evaluation of legal education programming for youth, and the development, implementation, and evaluation of an anger management intervention designed to reduce the frequency of aggressive behaviors and recidivism among female juvenile offenders.
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Health and Sleep Psychology Research Team
Faculty: Jacqueline Kloss, PhD
Our research team is interested broadly in clinical health psychology, with a focus on behavioral sleep medicine, especially cognitive and behavioral principles and management of insomnia; written emotional expression and health; skin cancer prevention; women's health psychology.
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Heilbrun Research Lab
Faculty: Kirk Heilbrun, PhD
The Heilbrun Research Lab describes the research of Kirk Heilbrun, PhD, and all graduate students who are currently working with him from the Clinical Psychology PhD program, the JD/PhD Law-Psychology program, and the MS program.
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Laboratory for Innovations in Health-Related Behavior Change
Faculty: Evan Forman, PhD, Meghan Butryn, PhD
The Behavioral Weight Loss Program investigates theoretical constructs governing eating, physical activity, food craving and obesity, and develops and evaluates innovative behavioral interventions to promote health and weight control.
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Nezu Stress and Coping Research Lab
Faculty: Arthur M. Nezu, PhD, Christine Maguth Nezu, PhD
The Nezu Stress and Coping Research Lab focuses on the continued adaptation and subsequent evaluation of Problem-Solving Therapy (PST) to treat various chronically ill medical patient populations, as well as U.S. veterans and active service members. PST is an evidenced-based transdiagnostic intervention shown to be effective across multiple patient populations, diagnoses, and clinical problems. An additional major research focus involves suicide risk reduction.
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Pediatric and Child/Adolescent Psychology Lab (PCAP)
Faculty: Brian P. Daly, PhD
The Pediatric and Child/Adolescent Research Program focuses on the investigation of emotional, behavioral, and social problems in at-risk children, psychosocial correlates and evidence-based interventions associated with childhood chronic illness (sickle cell disease and cancer), and risk-taking health behaviors in adolescents.
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Women's Cognitive Health Research Lab
Faculty: Mary Spiers, PhD
The Women's Cognitive Health Research Team investigates variation in brain functioning through the influence of sex and gender, the menstrual cycle, genetics/handedness, experience and culture. We also seek to understand the neuropsychological issues that have been understudied and/or are unique to women.
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Women's Health Psychology Lab
Faculty: Pamela Geller, PhD
The Women's Health Psychology Lab investigates issues relevant to women's mental and physical health with a special focus on reproductive health. In addition to ongoing work surrounding the perinatal period (e.g., emotional consequences of pregnancy loss, postpartum depression) and the development of medical education in Ob/Gyn, other issues of current focus include coping with fertility problems, HIV and intimate partner violence, African American women's experience of pregnancy loss, and parentless parenting.
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