PREVIOUS POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS
During her time in the lab, Liz examined mechanisms responsible for effective emotion regulation (e.g., attentional focus) to explain why certain emotion regulation strategies attenuate negative emotion and distress. Currently, Dr. Davis is an assistant professor at UC Riverside.
During her time in the lab, Pan explored emotion processing in school-aged children from a developmental and clinical perspective, using fMRI. She is currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the lab of Dr. Elizabeth Hayden.
Bradley C. Taber-Thomas
During his time in the lab, Brad studied the role of the frontolimbic neural system in socio-emotional functioning and development, working to understand neural bases of core psychological processes implicated in social development (e.g., attention biases). He is currently a lecturer at University at Buffalo.
PREVIOUS GRADUATE STUDENTS
Eran graduated with a PhD in child clinical psychology in 2018. During his time in the lab, he examined how parenting behaviors during childhood and adolescence are associated with individuals’ self-perceptions and social information processing, as well as psychological functioning. Dr. Auday completed his internship at Wellspan Health and is currently a post-doctoral fellow at Geisinger Medical Center
Xiaoxue (Jessie) Fu
Jessie graduated with a PhD in developmental psychology in 2018. During her time in the lab she investigated how temperament interacts with attention to predict social behaviors in children. Currently, Dr. Fu is a post-doctoral fellow Dr. Eric Nelson at the Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
SANTIAGO MORALES PAMPLONA
Santiago graduated with a PhD in developmental psychology in 2017. During his time in the lab he used psychological, neurobiological, and behavioral measures to study emotion and emotion regulation in children predisposed to internalizing and externalizing behaviors. Currently, Dr. Morales is a post-doctoral fellow in the lab of Dr. Nathan A. Fox at the University of Maryland.
Nhi began a position as a lecturer in psychology at Penn State in Fall 2018. Her anticipated graduation date is December 2018. During her time in the lab, she examined the neural underpinnings of attention bias to threat in children temperamentally at risk for social anxiety disorder.
PREVIOUS LAB MANAGERS
During her time in the lab, Elizabeth coordinated the BRAINS project. She is currently a business administrator at the University of Delaware Lerner College of Business and Economics.
During her time in the lab, Elizabeth coordinated the AnT study. She is currently a graduate student in Human Development and Family studies at The Pennsylvania State University.
During her time in the lab, Kayla coordinated the PLAY and AnT studies. She is currently a graduate student in developmental psychology at The Pennsylvania State University.
During his time in the lab, Chris coordinated the BRAINS project. He is currently an Event Producer at All Access Labs where he encourage children to get excited about STEM topics.
During his time in the lab, Phil assisted with the iTrac project.
During her time in the CAT Lab, Kelly coordinated the BRAINS and PLAY projects. She also assisted with the CAnT and LAnT projects.
During her time in the lab, Courtney coordinated the BRAINS project. She is currently a graduate student in industrial and organizational psychology at the University of Connecticut.