A history of healing
Class of COVID: Leah Likin dives deep into pandemic anxieties with her honors project
A 'game changer' for mental health
Using insights into how people intuit others' emotions, researchers have designed a model that approximates this aspect of human social intelligence. When interacting with another person, you likely spend part of your time trying to anticipate how they will feel about what you're saying or doing. This task requires a cognitive skill called theory of mind, which helps us to infer other people's beliefs, desires, intentions, and emotions.
The first moments of police interactions with drivers can tell us about what happens next-with officers often giving orders rather than providing reasons for traffic stops, according to a new study that analyzed law enforcement encounters.
Study: A randomized experiment of the effects of food advertisements on food-related emotional expectancies in adults. You might not care about the fast-food commercial shots of juicy burgers or creamy milkshakes, but they might change your beliefs about these items, whereas shots of fresh salads and berries might not, according to a new study.
May 16, 2023 With scarce clinical resources unable to keep pace with elevated rates of mental illness, technological solutions could help decrease waitlists and disparities in access to therapy. Recent advances in artificial intelligence have fueled interest in the use of chatbots and virtual assistants for mental health treatment.
April 19, 2023 Does a commitment to one-s God facilitate altruistic behavior that benefits only members of the same religious group? Or does it extend to helping members of a different religion? University of Illinois Chicago social psychologist Michael Pasek and colleagues examined this question through field and online experiments involving more than 4,700 people from diverse ethnoreligious populations in three political and cultural contexts.
Post-Doc Trainee University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Child and Adolescent Psychologist - Open Rank University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Staff psychologist - open rank (teacch greenville) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Assistant Professor (WOT), Rehabilitation Psychologist, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology University of Washington
Postdoctoral Scholar - Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Trauma Recovery & Resilience Innovations (TRI) University of Washington
Postdoctoral Scholar - Clinical / Multicultural Psychology, Department of Psychology University of Washington
Associate / Professor - Director of Forensic Services, CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Yale University
Assistant / Associate Professor - Consulting Forensic Psychiatrist at the Whiting Forensic Hospital Yale University
Clinical Assistant Professor, Behavioral Health Clinical Psychologist, Department of Family Medicine, Residency University of Washington
Acting Assistant Professor, Behavioral Health Clinical Psychologist, Department of Family Medicine, Residency University of Washington