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Psychology - Meet, Mingle, Learn: Psychopathic Individuals Exhibit, but do not use Emotion

Posted 02/14/2017
Submitted by Cheryl Hoffert
Category: Campus Announcements, Student Announcements

Friday, Fabruary 24th 1:30 in East Hall 104.

Psychology Meet, Mingle, and Learn with guest speaker Arielle R. Baskin-Sommers, Ph.D. from Yale University

Disinhibitory psychopathology encompasses a broad range of traits and behaviors, which are epitomized by psychopathy, externalizing, and substance abuse. In this talk, I will focus on recent research specifying the cognitive affective mechanisms responsible for the disinhibited behavior of psychopathic individuals. Such findings presage a new era of translating cognitive affective science into increasingly specific and effective interventions for disinhibited individuals.