Page Anderson.  Cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders; clinical outcome research; virtual reality; interface of culture and anxiety. University of Georgia, 1998, associate professor.

Lisa Armistead. Chronic illness and family functioning, cognitive behavior therapy, HIV prevention. University of Georgia, 1993, associate professor.

Nicole Caporino.  Cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety and  obsessive-compulsive disorders in children and adolescents; improving access to  treatments with empirical support.   University of South Florida, 2011, assistant professor.

Lindsey L. Cohen. Pediatric psychology; assessment and treatment of children's medical stress and coping; pediatric pain management. University of Georgia, 1998, professor.

Bruce Crosson. Language and aphasia, aging, subcortical functions in cognition, functional MRI, neural plasticity and rehabilitation. Texas Tech University, 1978, professor. 

Tricia Z. King (NBN). Developmental and clinical neuropsychology, acquired brain injury, and emotion. University of Florida, 2000, associate professor.

Robert D. Latzman (NBN). Temperament/personality; developmental psychopathology; externalizing behaviors; (Dis)inhibitory and regulatory processes; executive functioning; nonhuman primate models. University of Iowa, 2009, assistant professor.

Akihiko Masuda. mindfulness-based interventions; Acceptance Commitment Therapy; psychopathology; Eastern perspectives in psychotherapy. University of Nevada-Reno, 2006, associate professor.

Robin D. Morris (NBN). Developmental and clinical neuropsychology, developmental and attention related disabilities, acquired brain injury, childhood psychopathology, reading and reading disabilities. Joint appointment, Educational Psychology and Special Education. University of Florida, 1982, professor.

Dominic J. Parrott (chair) (CGS).  Determinants of aggressive behavior; alcohol-related aggression.  University of Georgia, 2003, associate professor.

Erin Tone (NBN). Developmental and clinical neuropsychology, mood and anxiety disorders across the lifespan, gender, emotion processing (fMRI and behavioral studies). Emory University, 2001, associate professor.

Erin C. Tully. Clinical and developmental psychology, development of depression and other emotional and behavioral problems in youth, genetic and environmental mechanisms of risk in families. Emory University, 2006, assistant professor.

Associated Faculty

Our associated faculty, while having appointments outside of the clinical program, are potential mentors for students in the clinical doctoral program.