University of Vermont

Department of Psychology

Laboratories & Institutes
Biobehavioral/Neuroscience
Bouton Laboratory
Room 446 John Dewey Hall Mark Bouton, Director
(802) 656-2670
mbouton@uvm.edu
Research in the Bouton Laboratory examines basic behavioral processes in learning, memory and emotion, and how time and context influence them
Travis Todd, graduate student
Drina Vurbic, graduate student
Neil Winterbauer, postdoctoral student
Falls Laboratory
Room 410 John Dewey Hall William Falls, Director
(802) 656-2670
wfalls@uvm.edu
Research in the Falls laboratory examines the neural circuits that are involved in both the elicitation and reduction of conditioned fear and anxiety.
James Fox, graduate student
Green Laboratory
Room 414 John Dewey Hall John Green, Director
(802) 656-4163
jgreen@uvm.edu
Research in the Green laboratory examines the relationships between learning, neuroanatomy, and neurophysiology in both normal rodents and rodent models of neurological and psychiatric disorders.
Alexandra Thanellou, graduate student
Hammack Laboratory
Room 438 John Dewey Hall Jom Hammack, Director
(802) 656-2670
shammack@uvm.edu
Research in the Hammack laboratory examines the neurobiology of emotion and emotional learning, with a particular interest in the role of serotonin systems in the modulation of fear and anxiety behavior. We are also interested in factors that determine the behavioral consequences of exposure to stressful or threatening stimuli, such as controllability and exercise, and the brain mechanisms by which these treatments alter behavior.

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