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Michael G. Griffin, Ph.D., University of Missouri - St. Louis: Chair of the Psychology Department; Psychophysiology and psychoendocrinology of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Bettina Casad, Ph.D., Claremont Graduate University, Psychophysiology, prejudice and cardiovascular stress, social neuroscience.
Sandra J. E. Langeslag, Ph.D., Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Neurocognition of emotions and motivation, neurocognition of romantic love.
Robert H. Paul, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma Health Science Center: subcortical brain systems in cognitive and affective behaviors.
Carissa Philippi, Ph.D., University of Iowa: behavioral and neural correlates of self-related processing (i.e., self-reflection) in healthy adults and psychiatric patient populations; studies use resting-state fMRI, eye-tracking, and psychophysiology.
George T. Taylor, Ph.D., University of New Mexico: Director of BN graduate program; Animal models of neuroendocrinology and psychopathology.
Jennifer Siciliani, Ph.D., The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Psychoneuroendocrinology
Suzanne Welcome, Ph.D., The University of California, Riverside: fMRI studies of reading ability and disability in children and adults
Carl Bassi, Ph.D.,Associate Professor of Optometry. Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
Steven Bruce, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology. Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University
David Wozniak, Ph.D., Adjunct & Research Professor in Psychiatry at Washington University Medical School. Ph.D., Washington University
Carla Yuede, Adjunct & Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychiatry at Washington University Medical School. Ph.D., University of Missouri-St. Louis