University of Vermont

Department of Psychology

Psychology Faculty
Biobehavioral/Neuroscience
Title Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Washington, 1980
Areas Learning, memory and emotion
Duties
Assistant Director, Neuroscience Graduate Program
Title Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D Yale University, 1993
Areas Neurobiological mechanisms of emotion and emotional learning
Duties
Department Chair
Title Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D Temple University, 1998
Areas Neurobiology of learning and memory
 
Title Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Colorado, 2001
Areas Neurobiological mechanisms of emotion and emotional learning
 
Title Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D McGill University, 1999
Areas Sex differences and sex hormone effects on emotional learning and anxiety behavior; development of animal models of endocrine-related psychopathologies including post-traumatic stress disorder and post-partum depression
 
Clinical
Title Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Minnesota, 2007
Areas Risk and resilience, developmental psychopathology, transition to adulthood
 
Title University Distinguished Professor and Heinz and Rowena Ansbacher Endowed Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Alabama, 1970
Areas Family stress and child behavior problems, prevention, and intervention
Status
On Sabbatical Fall 2009
Duties
Title Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Maine, 1989
Areas Etiology and prevention of behavior problems for children with ADHD
Duties
Title Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Texas at Austin, 2007
Areas Sexual function and dysfunction
 
Title Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Maine, 1998
Areas Adult mood disorders and women's health
 
Title
Associate Professor of Psychology
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Ph.D University of Vermont, 1994
Areas Psychosocial sequalae of HIV/AIDS in rural settings; Multicultural concerns and programming
Duties Affiliated Faculty, Women's and Gender Studies
Title Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Arizona, 2000
Areas Developmental psychopathology of antisocial behavior, child anxiety, research methodology, program evaluation
Duties
Title Richard and Pamela Ader Green and Gold Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Ph.D West Virginia University, 2001
Areas Experimental psychopathology research on anxiety-related disorders and substance use
 
Developmental
Title Professor of Psychology
Ph.D Tufts University, 1975
Areas Family and community contexts for primary prevention and promotion
Duties
Affiliated Faculty, Women's and Gender Studies
Title Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Denver, 2000
Areas Socialization of achievement motivation; development of romantic relationships
Status
On Leave 2009-2010
 
Title Professor of Psychology
Ph.D Stanford University, 1970
Areas Understanding family social and emotional processes
 
Title Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Minnesota, 2006
Areas Aggressive behavior, gender development, peer relationships
 
2010 Hire
Post The Department expects to hire a new faculty member in Developmental Psychology to begin teaching in the Fall of 2010
 
Social
Title Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Delaware, 1965
Areas Strengthening organizational culture & leadership
 
Title Professor of Psychology
Ph.D Purdue University, 1979
Areas The social psychology of coping with stigma
 
Title Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D University of Texas at Austin, 1998
Areas Targets of stereotypes, the social self, the accuracy of folk beliefs
 
Title Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D Michigan State University, 1967
Areas Psychosocial and developmental effects of communications media
 
Human Behavioral Psychopharmacology
Title
Research Assistant Professor of Psychology
Research Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Ph.D Dartmouth College, 1997
Areas Drug abuse treatments for pregnant and postpartum women, including behavioral treatments such as contingency management and pharmacological treatments such as opioid replacement therapies
Duties
Faculty, Behavioral Pharmacology of Drug Dependence Training Program
Title
Professor of Psychology
Professor of Psychiatry
Ph.D University of Kansas, 1983
Areas Development of contingency management and other treatments for substance use disorders, understanding environmental and biological factors that promote substance use disorders and other chronic health conditions
Duties
Director, Behavioral Pharmacology of Drug Dependence Training Program
Title
Professor of Psychology
Professor of Psychiatry
Professor of Family Practice
MD Univ. of Mississippi Medical School, 1975
Areas New treatments for smokers who do and do not want to stop, and natural history of attempts to change tobacco use and marijuana use
Duties
Faculty, Behavioral Pharmacology of Drug Dependence Training Program
Title
Research Associate Professor of Psychology
Research Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Ph.D University of Vermont, 2002
Areas Behavioral and pharmacological treatment of opioid dependence; Novel formulations of pharmacotherapies for opioid dependence; Smoking cessation among opioid-dependent patients using a behavioral approach; Laboratory models for understanding the interactions between stimulant medications, including nicotine, cocaine, d-amphetamine and methylphenidate; Behavioral treatments of substance use/abuse among individuals with serious mental illness
Duties
Faculty, Behavioral Pharmacology of Drug Dependence Training Program

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