Noah Venables, Ph.D., received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Florida State University in 2016. His expertise is in experimental psychopathology utilizing psychophysiological (e.g., EEG/ERP, autonomic, EMG) and lab-task behavioral measures. Primary research interests include the neurobiology of externalizing problems (addiction, antisocial behavior), psychophysiological and genetic risk factors for externalizing and suicidality, and addressing issues related to incorporating biological methods and measures to the assessment of mental health and illness. Dr. Venables is involved in processing and analyzing psychophysiological, MRI, and lab-task data at the MCTFR.
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