Department of Psychology and Brain Science

The Department has consistently garnered millions
of dollars of grant support from federal agencies such as
NIH and NSF and faculty members are international leaders in their
specific subdisciplines:

Variety of research conducted throughout the department.

Recent Publications from Department Faculty

Xiao, W. S., Fu, G., Quinn, P. C., Qin, J., Tanaka, J., Pascalis, O., & Lee, K. (in press). Individuation training with other-race faces reduces preschoolers’ implicit racial bias: A link between perceptual and social representation of faces in children. Developmental Science.

J Blaze, ED Roth, and TL Roth. 2015. The contribution of genetics, epigenetics, and early-life experiences to behavior. In The New Cognitive Neurosciences V., pp 145-152 (M Gazzaniga, R Mangun, Eds.). MIT Press.

Guerra, N. G., Williamson, A. A., Shadowen, N. L. (in press). School bullying as a coercive process: Developmental considerations and implications for intervention. In T. Dishion & J. Snyder (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook on Coercive Dynamics in Close Relationships.

Grassetti, S. N., Herres, J., Williamson, A. A., Yarger, H. A., Layne, C. M., & Kobak, R. R. (in press). Narrative focus predicts symptom change trajectories in group treatment for traumatized and bereaved adolescents. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, X, 1-9. doi: 10.1080/15374416.2014.913249


J. J. Siegel, J. P. Neunuebel, J.J. Knierim. Dominance of the proximal coordinate frame in determining the locations of hippocampal place cell activity during navigation. J Neurophysiol. 2008 Jan; 99(1):60-76.

J.P. Neunuebel and M.J. Zoran. Electrical Synapse Formation Disrupts Calcium-Dependent Exocytosis, but not Vesicle Mobilization. Synapse 2005 June 1; 56(3):154-65. 


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