PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH Editor Monica Fabiani University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Lisa Gatzke-Kopp Andreas Keil Senior Associate Editor Pennsylvania State University, USA University of Florida, USA J. Richard Jennings Sarah Laszlo University of Pittsburgh, USA Greg Hajcak Google [X], USA Florida State University, USA Associate Editors Stephan Moratti Erin A. Hazlett Mustafa al'Absi University of Madrid, Spain Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA University of Minnesota Medical School, USA Natalie Phillips James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center, USA Bruce D. Bartholow Concordia University, Canada Ursula Hess University of Missouri, USA Anna Whittaker (Phillips) Humboldt University, Germany University of Birmingham, United Kingdom Florin Dolcos János Horváth University of Illinois at Brigitte Rockstroh Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary Urbana-Champaign, USA University of Konstanz, Germany Diane Filion Frini Karayanidis Edward Vogel University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA University of Newcastle, Australia University of Chicago, USA SOCIETY FOR PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH An international society that fosters research relating psychology and physiology. Officers President:Kara Federmeier Secretary:Christine Larson Past-President: Cindy Yee-Bradbury Treasurer:Greg Hajcak President-Elect: Ursula Hess Board of Directors Paul Corballis Lisa McTeague Michelle Shiota Bruce Friedman Gregory A. Miller Sarah Sass Sarah Laszlo Jason Moser
Psychophysiology – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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