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(2020). List of Contributors. J. Anal. Psychol., 65(3):615-618.
(2020). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 65(3):615-618
List of Contributors
YURI I. ALEXANDROV, Ph.D., (Russia) is Professor of Psychology and Head of the V.B. Shvyrkov Laboratory of Neural Bases of Mind (Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of Sciences). He is also a professor at National Research University Higher School of Economics and at Moscow State University of Psychology & Education. Since 1997 the Laboratory has been nominated as the ‘Leading Scientific School of Russia’ eight times. He is the author of more than 400 publications. His research interests lie in the field of system-evolutionary psychophysiology, in particular applied to studying the brain mechanisms of learning, consciousness and emotion, morality, social neuroscience and cross-cultural studies. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
KARINA R. ARUTYUNOVA, Ph.D., (Russia) is a researcher at V.B. Shvyrkov Laboratory of Neural Bases of Mind (Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of Sciences). Her published work is focused on psychological and psychophysiological bases of moral judgement and social decision-making. Email: email@example.com
ALEXANDRA I. BULAVA (Russia) is a junior researcher at V.B. Shvyrkov Laboratory of Neuronal Bases of Mind (Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of Sciences). She studies the neurobiological markers of the processes of stress, learning, and memory. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MERLE CANFIELD, Ph.D., (USA) is a professor at Alliant International University, Fresno, teaches research design and applied research, and mentors students' research to present at conferences. He has been a reviewer for the Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology and is published in peer-reviewed journals. His major research area is psychotherapy and he has developed an online (open source) programme. Dr. Canfield is a member of the American Psychology Science Association (APS), the American Association of Behavior and Social Sciences (AABSS), and the Southwestern Social Science Association (SSSA). Email: email@example.com
BRIAN FELDMAN, Ph.D.,
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