Jan Mohlman, Ph.D., co-editor, From Symptom to Synapse: A Neurocognitive Perspective
Recorded July 29, 2015
Dr. Mohlman is Associate Professor of Psychology at William Patterson University. Her research focuses on the etiology, course, and treatment of anxiety disorders, anxiety in older adults, mechanisms of cognitive behavior therapy, and the relation of executive functioning and anxiety. Her lab utilizes a neurocognitive approach in researching these topics, with the overarching goal of bridging applied and basic science to advance our understanding of the nature and treatment of anxiety.
From the publisher’s website:
This edited volume bridges the gap between basic and applied science in understanding the nature and treatment of psychiatric disorders and mental health problems. Topics such as brain imaging, physiological indices of emotion, cognitive enhancement strategies, neuropsychological and cognitive training, and related techniques as tools for increasing our understanding of anxiety, depression, addictions, schizophrenia, ADHD, and other disorders are emphasized. Mental health professionals will learn how to integrate a neurocognitive perspective into their clinical research and practice of psychotherapy.
- List two components of a neurocognitive perspective on the etiology of clinical problems.
- List two components of a neurocognitive perspective on the treatment of clinical problems.