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Amy Goetz published a new paper that examines different types of safety behaviors related to fear reduction.

Amy Goetz and her colleagues recently published a new paper in Clinical Psychology Review.  Goetz, A.R., Davine, T.P., Siwiec, S.G., & Lee, H.J. (in press). The functional value of preventive and restorative safety behaviors: A systematic review of the literature…. Read More

Adam Barnas published a new paper exploring the role of visual field meridians on object-based attention.

Barnas, AJ & Greenberg, AS (in press). Visual field meridians modulate the reallocation of object-based attention, Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. Adam Barnas and Dr. Greenberg have a new manuscript accepted for publication in Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics in which they… Read More

Tara Miskovich published a new study in the journal PLOS One that examined abnormalities in cortical folding associated with trait anxiety.

Miskovich, T. A., Pedersen, W. S., Belleau, E. L., Shollenbarger, S., Lisdahl, K. M., & Larson, C. L. (2016). Cortical Gyrification Patterns Associated with Trait Anxiety. PloS one, 11(2), e0149434. Graduate student Tara Miskovich and Colleagues published a new study… Read More

Salahadin Lotfi received a Sigma Xi grant for a study on emotional working memory training of anxious individuals

Sala Lotfi, a grad student working with Dr. Hanjoo Lee, was recently awarded a grant-in-aid of research from the Sigma Xi, titled “Improving inhibitory control through emotional working memory training of anxious individuals”. This grant aims to cover the expenses… Read More