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  • 1.Dr. Edward Taub, Behavioral Neuroscientist
    Dr. Taub uses psychological science to support rehabilitation among people who have suffered neurological injuries from a stroke or traumatic brain injury by using constraint-induced (CI) movement therapy.
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  • 2.Clinical Neuropsychopharmacologist
    CNS responsibilities are diverse and may include working on clinical drug trials for Alzheimer's disease, multi-infarct dementia, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia, epilepsy, jet lag and more, according to clinical neuropsychopharmacologist Richard J. Katz, PhD.
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  • 3.Dr. Deborah Tate, Health Psychologist
    Dr. Tate is a health psychologist who studies people’s lifestyle choices and identifies the health behaviors that can help them live well and prevent illness at any age.
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  • 4.Dr. Cameron Camp, Applied Gerontologist
    Camp uses psychological science to develop new methods for improving the cognitive function and motor skills of people living with Alzheimer’s disease.
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  • 5.Dr. William Milberg, Brain Science and Cognitive Psychologist
    Dr. Milberg’s work is bringing us closer to understanding how the health of our bodies relates to the health of our minds, particularly for the aging population.
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  • 6.Dr. Gwen Frishkoff, Cognitive Psychologist
    Dr. Frishkoff studies the effect of moods on language cognition and vocabulary.
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  • 7.Dr. Thomas Paskus, Quantitative Psychologist
    Dr. Paskus uses psychological science to study how the NCAA can understand and support student athletes and make data-driven policy decisions that help them succeed.
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  • 8.Dr. Robert Gatchel, Clinical Psychologist
    Dr. Gatchel applies scientific research to identify treatment models for chronic pain using traditional medical practices, mental health treatment, physical therapy and social work.
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  • 9.Paul Meehl: 1962 APA President
    Paul Meehl served as President of the American Psychological Association in 1962, the second youngest person to ever so serve (John Broadus Watson was five years younger). By the time of his election, Paul had already made major contributions, including perhaps his best known publication, Clinical Versus Statistical Prediction (1954).
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  • 10.Paul Meehl (1920-2002)
    Meehl contributed ideas of substance to numerous domains of psychological theory, science and practice.
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