Core Clinical Faculty
John E. Bates
Development of children’s behavior problems and competencies; Family interaction processes; Child temperament, social, cognitive and affective characteristics; Socioeconomic variables.
Clinical Health Psychology, Dissemination, Implementation.
Developmental Psychopathology, Behavior Genetics, Family Systems, and Children’s Intellectual Abilities: causes of child and adolescent psychopathology and adjustment through two main approaches: genetically informed designs and longitudinal analyses.
Peter R. Finn
Alcoholism, behavioral dysregulation, personality and antisocial behavior
Human sexuality, Kinsey Institute
Schizophrenia, sensory perception, electrophysiology
Depression, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dissemination, Implementation
Brian F. O’Donnell
Richard J. Viken
Behavioral genetics, cognition and psychopathology
Richard M. McFall
Social competence, psychopathology
Richard J. Rose
Behavior genetics, Behavioral medicine, Childhood precursors of alcoholism, Twin-family research
PBS Department Faculty supporting students with a clinical interest include (but are not limited to):
Develop computational models of brain circuitry involved in cognitive control; test computational model predictions with fMRI; investigate the neural bases of cognitive impairment in psychopathology, especially substance abuse and schizophrenia, using fMRI and computational modeling
Social neuroscience; autism spectrum disorders; social perception; eye tracking; brain connectivity; functional MRI
Visual and haptic perception; object recognition; cross-sensory integration; priming and adaptation; functional neuroimaging