PBS faculty and their trainees conduct cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and are recognized as world-class contributors to their fields. In addition, we have numerous faculty and teaching assistants who have been recognized for excellence in mentoring and teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels. All of these efforts are supported by the outstanding staff and students who are key to the success of our department.

Most members of our department are present in this directory, which can be filtered by Research Areas, Center and Institute Affiliations, and/or Positions. To see groups of researchers with similar interests, regardless of their research areas, try entering relevant search terms below.

Michael Constantino
Professor, Graduate Program Director
Psychotherapy process, outcome, integration; patient, therapist, relational factors; patient-centered care; measurement-based care; psychotherapy training, dissemination; adult depression, anxiety
Office: Tobin 612
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
Carolyn Davies
Lecturer
Office: Arriving Fall 2019
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
Katherine Dixon-Gordon
Assistant Professor
Office: Tobin 617
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
Maria M. Galano
Assistant Professor
Early-life Exposure to Trauma and Violence; Developmental Psychopathology of PTSD; Culture and Mental Health; Intervention Adaptation and Evaluation
Office: Tobin 615
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
Adam Grabell
Assistant Professor
Early childhood psychopathology; normative vs. impaired emotion regulation; functional near-infrared spectroscopy; pediatric irritability; early childhood therapeutic interventions
Office: Tobin 614
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
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Professor, Rudd Family Foundation Chair
Research focuses on relationships in adoptive families across time, openness in adoption, and on identity development and adjustment in adolescents and young adults.
Office: Tobin 619
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Science
Richard Halgin
Professor Emeritus
Issues in clinical training and supervision; psychotherapy integration; ethical issues in professional psychology; teaching of psychology; psychology and sports
Office: Tobin 532
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
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Professor
Early development of ADHD and disruptive behavior disorders in preschool children and toddlers. Interests include executive function, emotion regulation, parenting, and culture.
Office: Tobin 613
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Science
Lecturer
Office: Tobin 616
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
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Director of Psychological Services Center, Lecturer
Dr. Martell's scholarly activity has focused on the development of behavioral activation in the treatment of depression and on applying CBT in an affirmative fashion with LGBT clients.
Office: Tobin 137
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
Assistant Professor
Brain mechanisms of emotion regulation in older adults; emotion regulation; fMRI; functional connectivity; mindfulness; autobiographical memory; emotion dysregulation in clinical disorders.
Office: Tobin 618
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
Jennifer M McDermott
Associate Professor
Learning and the development of attention and executive functions across early to middle childhood; self regulation, emotion processing, and the influence of early adversity on development; EEG; ERP.
Office: Tobin 415
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Science
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Professor
Office: Tobin 611
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Science
Rebecca Ready
Professor
Dr. Ready earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Univ of Iowa. Internship and clinical neuropsychology fellowship were at Brown Univ. She is board certified in Clinical Neuropsychology.
Office: Tobin 609
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology
Rebecca Stowe
Senior Lecturer
Office: Tobin 139
Research Area(s):
Clinical Psychology