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Sch= Schermerhorn Main

SchExt= Schermerhorn Extension

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Professor

212-854-9034  402A Sch
212-854-0127  219 Sch (lab)
How do our close relationships affect how we cope with stressful events?
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Associate Professor

212-854-2589  315 Sch
212-854-2490  251-255 Sch Ext (lab)
Behavioral neuroscience, maternal behavior, epigenetics
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Assistant Professor

212-854-7033  317 Sch
352 Sch Ext (lab)
Behavioral Neuroscience & Development
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Professor

212-854-8718  402C Sch
212-854-4223  219 Sch (lab)
Personality & personality disorders, developmental psychopathology, cognitive-affective processes
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Centennial Professor

212-854-5591  372A SchExt
358-360 Sch Ext (lab)
Visual perception, human psychophysics, mathematical models of visual behavior and neurophysiology
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Associate Professor

212-854-7080  401D Sch
212-854-8016  510 Sch (lab)
Behavioral and neuropharmacological effects of psychoactive drugs in humans
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Stanley Schachter Professor

212-854-1297  401C Sch
212-854-8464  328 (lab)
Motivation & social cognition; judgment & decision making; self-regulatory biases & vulnerabilities.
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James F. Bender Professor

212-854-4587  415 Sch
212-854-4234  301 (lab)
Physiological and psychophysical studies of human visual perception
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Professor

212-854-4534  419E Sch
Decision making, reasoning and abstract measurement
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Associate Professor

212-854-1925  355D Sch Ext
212-854-7169  312-318 Sch
The mechanism and functions of consciousness, visual attention and perceptual decision-making
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Lecturer in Dicipline in Psychology

212-854-8285  358E SchExt
Decision making, understanding the different strategies that individuals use to make decisions
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Professor

212-854-4538  306 Sch
212-854-4325  301 (lab)
Visual perception and cognitive neuroscience of space and sensorimotor behavior
Janet Metcalfe
Professor

212-854-7971  401B Sch
212-854-4726  364-365 (lab)
Metacognition, evolution of self-reflective consciousness, study time allocation, judgments of learning
Walter Mischel
Robert Johnston Niven Professor

212-854-3957  401A Sch
212-854-8450  310 Sch (lab)
Personality structure, processes and development; self-control; personality inferences
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Assistant Professor

212-854-5318  370 Sch Ext
212-854-5006  409 Sch (lab)
Social and Affective Neuroscience, Neuroecology and Neurophilosophy.
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Professor

212-851-9348  369 Sch Ext
212-854-1860  321-324 Sch (lab)
Social cognitive neuroscience approaches to emotion and its regulation, self control, & person perception.
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Associate Professor

212-854-1954  355B Sch
212-851-5964  200A/D
Intergroup Relations & Diversity
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Professor

212-854-4550  314 Sch
Psychophysiology of attention and emotion and their development
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Associate Professor

212-854-7560  368 SchExt
212-851-2795  312-318 Sch (lab)
The cognitive neuroscience of learning, memory and decision making
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Professor

212-854-5531  367 SchExt
212-854-3909  260 (lab)
Our behavior is systematically affected by neural, hormonal and immune system signals of which we are not aware.
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Assistant Professor

212-854-1348  355C SchExt
The function of conscious will and authorship processing, social interactions, priming
Herbert Terrace
Professor

212-854-4544  418 Sch
212-854-8785  500x Sch  (lab)
Animal cognition; primate cognition; evolution of intelligence
Nim Tottenham
Associate Professor

212-854-3608  406 Sch
Developmental Affective Neuroscience, Limbic-Cortical Development, Early-Life Stress
Elke U. Weber
JA Chazen Professor of Intl Business

212-854-4427  419F Sch
The study of decision making under uncertainty, in the lab using both behavioral and fMRI data, and in the real world.
Sarah M.N. Woolley
Associate Professor and Department Chair

212-851-9421  402B Sch
212-854-5452  251-255 Sch Ext (lab)
Neural basis and behavior of social communication