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Professor (Business School)

212-854-0784  707 Uris
Social judgment and behavior
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Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-5312  415H Milbk
Analysis of mechanisms of learning with an emphasis on learning about time
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Professor

212-854-9034  402A Sch
212-854-0127  200A/D Sch (lab)
How do our close relationships affect how we cope with stressful events?
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Assistant Professor (Neurology)

212-342-1348  314 Ph
Coming soon
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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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Centennial Professor Emerita

212-854-3608  406 Sch
Perception and cognition, cognitive neuroscience, visual cognition, human intelligence and problem solving, perception and visual art
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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
212-854-6923  402D Sch (lab)
Personality & personality disorders, developmental psychopathology, cognitive-affective processes
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Emeritus Professor

212-280-4382  460 RSD 52
Models of cognitive psychology and human development to enhance early childhood education
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Professor (Medical School)

212-543-6931  561 Kolb Annex
The psychophysics and physiology of cognitive processes in the monkey
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Centenniel Professor

212-854-5591  212-854-3006  372A SchExt
Visual perception, human psychophysics, mathematical models of visual behavior and neurophysiology
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Assistant Professor (Neurology)

212-305-0945  630 W 168Th St
Coming soon
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Associate Professor

212-854-5313  401D Sch
Behavioral and neuropharmacological effects of psychoactive drugs in humans
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Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-7507  415K Milbk
Procedural fairness; psychology and law
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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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Emeritus Centennial Professor

212-854-3935  404A Sch
Visual perception as a science, motion pictures as its technology
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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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Associate Professor (Business School)

212-854-8308  714 Uris
Challenges to the basic assumption that choice is always preferred and unilaterally beneficial
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Professor (Business School)

212-854-5068  514 Uris Hall
Consumer and managerial decision-making and electronic commerce
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Professor

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

212-854-3949  401C Sch
212-854-7033  500A (lab)
Human Communication, gesture and speech production, the vocal embodiment of identity
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Associate Professor

212-854-1925  355 Sch Ext
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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Adjunct Assistant Professor

212-854-9236  356 Sch Ext
Analysis of interview transcripts to develop consumer insights and strategic recommendations
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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
E'mett McCaskill
Adj. Associate Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-8601  MILBANK 415 O
Neuro development, cognition, and behavior.
Koleen McKrink
Assistant Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-2069  415 Milbank Hall
The development of numerical cognition from infancy through adulthood, looking at why and how infants, children, and adults perform mathematical operations
Janet Metcalfe
Professor

212-854-7971  401B Sch
212-854-4726  364 (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  309 Sch (lab)
Personality structure, processes and development; self-control; personality inferences
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Assistant Professor

212-854-5318  370 SchExt
212-854-5006 409 Sch
Social and Affective Neuroscience, Neuroecology and Neurophilosophy
Michael W. Morris
Professor (Business School)

212-854-2296  718 Uris
Judgment and decision-making, culture and identity; psychological dynamics in conflict resolution
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Adjunct Assistant Professor

212-543-5137  356 Sch
Psychoneuroimmunology, serotonergic influences on the development of neural circuits which mediate adult behaviors, the neural basis of social and emotional behavior.
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Associate Professor

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

212-854-1954  355B Sch
Intergroup Relations & Diversity
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Professor

212-854-4550  314 Sch
Psychophysiology of attention and emotion and their development
Brian Rakitin
Associate Professor (Neurology)

212-305-7476 
Robert Remez
Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-4247  415C Milbank
212-854-4247   (lab)
Perception of speech, perceptual organization, perceptual identification of individual talkers
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Assistant Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-5903  415B Milbank
Effects of pubertal maturation on brain and behavior
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Associate Professor & Psychology Chair (Barnard)

212-854-0115  415G Milbk
212-854-2056   (lab)
Language acquisition, cognitive development, language evolution, historical linguistics, gesture
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Assistant Professor

212-854-7560  368 SchExt
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 (Barnard College)

415F Milbank
Metacognition; Optimal learning; Development; Knowing not
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Assistant Professor

212-854-1348  355C SchExt
The function of conscious will and authorship processing, social interactions, priming
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Professor of Sociomedical Sciences (Mailman School of Public Health)
212-305-0424  722 W. 168th St., 14 fl.
Plasticity of aging process in cognition and personality; psychology of wisdom; adult development in the work context
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Professor (Medical School)

212-342-1350  Srgvsky Ctr
Cognitive neuroscience of aging
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Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-8272  415D Milbank
212-854-8272   (lab)
Social cognition; Cognitive, affective & motivational factors in stereotyping and prejudice
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Adjunct Assistant Professor

212-854-5968  356 Sch Ext
Behavioral and neural basis of timed behavior and time perception; neural basis of learning
Herbert Terrace
Professor

212-854-4544  418 Sch
212-854-8785  352 (lab)
Animal cognition; primate cognition; evolution of intelligence
Elke U. Weber
JA Chazen Professor 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
Barbara Woike
Professor (Barnard College)

212-854-5271  415E Milkbank
Personality, implicit and explicit motivation and their influence on memory
Sarah M.N. Woolley
Associate Professor and Department Chair

212-851-9421  402B Sch
Neural basis and behavior of social communication