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Linda Booij

Linda Booij, Ph.D.  

In my studies I use a combination of brain imaging, genetic, epigenetic (i.e. DNA methylation) and emotional-cognitive assessments. I am extending this line of research to clinical populations, in particular to individuals with mood disorders and to individuals with aggression problems.

 

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Chris Bowie, Ph.D. 

My research focuses on assessment and intervention of neurocognitive impairment and real world functional deficits in major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

 

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Meredith Chivers, Ph.D.

Female sexuality; sexual psychophysiology; gender differences; sexual orientation; sexual functioning; paraphilias; gender identity.

 

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Wendy Craig, Ph.D.

In my program of research over the past 12 years, I have examined bullying problems from a developmental psychopathology perspective.

 

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Cynthia Fekken, Ph.D.

My research has focused on structured personality assessment.

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Kate Harkness, Ph.D.

My primary research focus is the role of stress and early trauma in the etiology and ongoing pathology of major depression in adolescence and adulthood.

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Ronald Holden, Ph.D.

My research has three primary interests: (a) suicide; (b) strategies for constructing inventories of personality and psychopathology; and (c) methods for detecting faking on self-report inventories.
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Alistair MacLean, Ph.D.

The principal focus of my present research is the understanding of how sleep loss and sleepiness affects skilled performance such as driving.
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Patricia Minnes, Ph.D. 

My research focuses on 3 major areas: stress and coping in families and caregivers of individuals with disabilities, community integration and quality of life of individuals with disabilities and attitudes toward persons with disabilities.

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Caroline Pukall, Ph.D.

My overarching research area is health psychology, with a focus on human sexuality, sexual dysfunction, and pain.

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Dean Tripp, Ph.D.

My principal area is Health Psychology which I teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level. I have a particular focus on Pain, disability, Quality of Life in men and adolescents suffering from chronic prostatitis (Chronic pelvic pain) and females suffering from Interstitial Cystitis.

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