Allison Troy

Allison Troy is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Franklin & Marshall College. She received her BA in Psychology from North Carolina State University, and her MA and PhD in Affect/Social Psychology from the University of Denver under the mentorship of Dr. Iris Mauss. Dr. Troy’s research focuses on the relationships between …

Brett Ford

Dr. Brett Ford is the director of the Affective Science & Health Laboratory at the University of Toronto. She received her Ph.D. in social-personality from the University of California, Berkeley after receiving a B.A. in psychology and M.A. in social-personality psychology from Boston College. Her research centers on two inter-related questions. First, what do people …

Emily Falk

Emily Falk is an Associate Professor of Communication, Psychology, and Marketing at the University of Pennsylvania. Prof. Falk employs a variety of methods drawn from communication science, neuroscience and psychology. Her work traverses levels of analysis from individual behavior, to diffusion in group and population level media effects. In particular, Prof. Falk is interested in …

Anne Klein

Anne Klein teaches Buddhism and Tibetan language at Rice University, where she is Professor of Religion. She is also co-founder of Dawn Mountain Center for Tibetan Buddhism in Houston, where she teaches traditional practices and texts as well as basic life-arts such as resting in awareness and kindness. Her passion is for understanding how knowing …

Larissa Duncan

My program of research involves applying basic science findings on mindfulness, maternal-child health, parent-child relationships, and developmental processes to the design of intervention programs that integrate contemplative practices with prevention science strategies. My goal is to systematically investigate the efficacy and real-world effectiveness of these interventions among diverse populations with attention to contextual factors, psychological …

Heidemarie Laurent

I completed my doctoral training in Clinical Psychology with a developmental focus at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, followed by a clinical internship at the University of Washington Medical School and a postdoctoral fellowship focused on Clinical Developmental Neuroscience at the University of Oregon. Throughout this training and continuing as an Assistant Professor of …

Eran Halperin

Professor Eran Halperin is the former Dean of the School of Psychology and Professor at IDC Herzliya. An award-winning pioneer in examining emotional processes using field experiments, Dr. Halperin’s research uses psychological and political theories to investigate causal factors driving intergroup conflicts. More specifically, his work develops new approaches for modifying the psychological roots of …

Yoni Levy

Yoni Levy is a neuroscientist studying the way the brain functions during intergroup conflicts. He collaborates with various experts to develop conflict-changing interventions. He then assesses the impact of these interventions on brain, hormones and behavior, in the aim of promoting prosocial change. He received his scientific training in France, Australia, The Netherlands, India & …

Gloria Luong

Dr. Gloria Luong is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University, and the Director of the Health, Emotion, and Aging Research Team (HEART). She received her Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior from the University of California, Irvine in 2012, and completed her postdoctoral research training …

Annemarie Gockel

Annemarie Gockel holds a B.A. in Western Society and Culture from Concordia University, an M.S.W. from the University of Toronto, and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of British Columbia. Annemarie has been a practicing clinician, seeing individuals, leading groups, and working with couples in hospital, university, and community-based settings over the course …