Diane C. Gooding, Ph.D.

Researcher. Scientist. Professor.

PATHS Labs

The lab’s primary research focus is on schizophrenia and schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. My research program encompasses the following: biological bases of psychotic disorders; early identification and development of psychotic disorders; application of biobehavioral measures to identify at-risk populations; utilization of psychophysiological performance to assist in refining diagnostic nosology and delineation of the schizophrenia spectrum; and assessment of the interface between affective and cognitive processing in schizophrenia and related disorders. Students working with me are taught psychometric, psychophysiological, neuropsychological, and clinical assessment techniques.

 

Our lab, Fall 2015

Pictured:  (front to back, Left to Right:) Emily Azad, Dr. Diane Gooding,  Madeline Pflum, & Aaliyah Boyd;   Emily Padrutt, Annelise Schuler , Bevlin Jennings & Danielle Borst;  Jamal Adams,  Amyra Treiber  & Caitlin Zeigler.

 

Our lab, Fall 2016

Dr. Gooding & Madeline Johnson Pflum continue to be joined by wonderful RAs. Welcome Ahmad Al-fandi, Maddy Newman, Jordan Schaefer,  Blake Chambers, Shannon Jean, and Ines Hoxha, and others! 

 

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