Daniel graduated from the lab in 2012 with his M.A. He is interested in evolutionary clinical psychology, the study of how biological evolution has shaped the mind, and the resulting implications for the classification, understanding, and treatment of mental disorders. Daniel is currently a Ph.D. student at Suffolk University’s clinical psychology program, working on a dissertation on the emotion-processing function of dreams. He serves as part-time instructor in UMass Boston’s psychology department, project leader on , and secretary of the .
Regina graduated Summa Cum Laude from New Paltz in 2007, majoring in psychology with a concentration in psychobiology. After New Paltz, she worked in the cognitive neuroscience Lab of Aging and Cognition at Harvard University assisting fMRI research on memory, planning, and imagination. She also worked in the Harvard Museum of Natural History, a cool place for people who are passionate about evolution! Regina is currently the Clinical Research Coordinator at the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute where she works on a randomized clinical trial using neurofeedback to treat complex trauma, the Developmental Trauma Disorder Field Trial, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga classes and a nation-wide training initiative on Enhancing Multidisciplinary Responses to Polyvictimization.
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Melvin was a graduate student in Dr. Geher’s Evolutionary Psychology Laboratory. As of the spring of 2014, he is a student in the Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior PhD Program at Binghamton University, working in Dr. David Sloan Wilson’s laboratory. Topics of interest include mate choice, life-history strategy, the evolutionary basis of consumer behavior, religion, and deception.
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Rachael joined the lab in Fall 2009, after graduating from SUNY New Paltz in the Spring of 2009 with her BA in Psychology (minoring in Evolutionary Studies and History). Her research interests lie in human sexuality in general, and the female sexual response in particular. By combining ideas from various disciplines in psychology (including Evolutionary Psychology), she hopes to get at age-old questions regarding the female orgasm.
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Blair is a recent graduate from SUNY New Paltz with a B.A. in Psychology. She is currently working on several projects in the lab with specific interest in mating and sexual behavior. Blair is also currently applying PhD programs in clinical psychology.
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John received his Ph.D. in neuroscience from Caltech in Pasadena, California, and his B.A. in molecular genetics from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. He writes a blog for Psychology Today and has written about science for the Washington Post and the Economist, primarily about the interface between psychology and neuroscience. He is the primary author of two books and has written many professional articles on a variety of topics. John’s overall goal is to synthesize cutting-edge neuroscience, biology, psychology, and various Eastern and Western spiritual traditions into a unified framework that addresses nearly all psychological health and dysfunction. He uses the Homeostasis Psychology method in therapy, coaching, and consulting. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at New York University.
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Adele Diamond was educated at Swarthmore (B.A., Phi Beta Kappa), Harvard (Ph.D.), and Yale Medical School (postdoc). Her many awards include an honorary doctorate (Honoris Causa) from Ben-Gurion University, the Bronfenbrenner Award for Lifetime Contributions to Developmental Psychology in the Service of Science and Society, named a Woman of Distinction by the YWCA, and named one of the 2000 Outstanding Women of the 20th Century.