Clinical Research Labs
Alcohol Cognitions Lab
|Denis M. McCarthy||201 Noyes Hall|
|Alcohol, Health, and Behavior Laboratory||Kenneth J. Sher|
|Child & Adolescent Therapy Research Group||Kristin M. Hawley||125 Psychology Building|
Clinical Neuropsychology Lab
Research in the CNL lab focuses on neurocognitive development in children with and without neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g, autism, phenylketonuria). Methods utilized include behavioral measures and neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, sMRI, DTI).
|Shawn E. Christ||329 Noyes Hall|
Cognitive and Emotional Control Lab
Research on the nature of cognitive and emotional control and their role in schizophrenia
|John G. Kerns||208 Psychology Building|
|Drug Motivation Laboratory||Thomas M. Piasecki|
Family Assessment Lab
Our lab has several lines of research focusing on youths and their social systems: development & dissemination of family-based treatments for serious juvenile offenders; identification of risk factors for youth criminality; & sequelae of different forms of maltreatment in children and adolescents.
Family Assessment Lab Flyer
|Charles M. Borduin||222 Psychology Building|
Gene-Brain-Behavior Relations Lab
Research in the lab focuses on genetic contributions to the development of externalizing spectrum disorders such as substance dependence, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, and antisocial behavior.
|Genetic Epidemiology Laboratory||Wendy Slutske|
|Personality and Emotion Laboratory||Timothy Trull||219 Psychology Building|
Youth Anxiety and Depression Lab
Our lab examines cognitive, behavioral and interpersonal experiences that may serve as risk or protective factors anxiety and/or depression in youth.