- Melanie P. Duckworth, Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of
GeorgiaBehavioral medicine; health behavior; chronic pain syndrome; traumatic stress; physiological reactivity to stress;
coping styles and strategies.
- Jane E. Fisher, Professor, Ph.D., Indiana University
Clinical gerontology; applied behavior analysis; lifespan developmental; environmental design for dementia and healthy aging; social competence; anxiety disorders; grief and bereavement; integrated healthcare.
- Victoria M. Follette, Nevada Foundation Professor, Department Chair,
Ph.D., University of Memphis
Trauma research; couple problems; psychotherapy outcome; domestic violence.
- William C. Follette, Professor, Ph.D.,University of
Psychotherapy outcome research; clinical behavior analysis; behavioral research methodology; behavioral assessment; depression; acquisition of complex social skills; principle based interpersonal therapy; judgment, heuristics, and decision-making; psychology and law
- Alan E. Fruzzetti, Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of
Interpersonal/family models of psychopathology (e.g., borderline personality, depression); interpersonal processes (e.g., couple and parent-child interactions, intimacy/distance in couples, domestic violence); dialectical behavior therapy with individuals, couples and families; systems interventions; clinical supervision.
- Steven C. Hayes, Nevada Foundation Professor, Director of Clinical Training,
Ph.D., West Virginia University
Verbal relations; Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Relational Frame Theory (RFT), emotional acceptance therapies; the role of language and cognition in psychotherapy; developing, undermining and avoiding verbal-control as a strategy of clinical intervention.
- Holly Hazlett-Stevens, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State
Generalized anxiety disorder; normal and pathological worry; anxiety and stress-related disorders; psychotherapy outcome research; fear reduction.
- William O´Donohue, Professor, Ph.D., SUNY at Stony Brook
Behavioral healthcare delivery; male sexual misbehavior (e.g., child sexual abuse, rape, and sexual harassment); managed care; behavior therapy; philosophy of psychology.
- Anthony Papa, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Columbia University
Treatment , etiology, and course of pathological and normal grief; the social and emotional factors that contribute to adjustment of adversity; the function of positive emotion; Internet based delivery of empirically supported treatments; behavioral activation