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Buckholtz Receives Early Career Award

April 6, 2017

Professor Joshua Buckholtz was awarded the Susan Nolen-Hoeksema Early Career Award from the Society for the Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP), one of the highest honors in clinical psychology for early career contributions.  This award is dedicated to the memory of Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Chair and Professor of Psychology at Yale University and SSCP member, who was known during her career as an outstanding clinical research scientist and a strong advocate and mentor to many students in...

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Pinpointing Punishment:  Joshua Buckholtz Featured in Harvard Gazette

Pinpointing Punishment: Joshua Buckholtz Featured in Harvard Gazette

October 29, 2015

Harvard Assistant Professor of Psychology Joshua Buckholtz explains how a brain region called the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex coordinates third-party punishment decisions of the type made by judges and juries. The findings were released in a paper co-authored by Buckholtz and René Marois of Vanderbilt University.

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