University of Wisconsin–Madison

Prof. Diane Gooding selected as APS Fellow

Congratulations to Professor Diane Gooding, who has been selected as a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science (APS).

Professor Gooding’s research focuses on schizophrenia and schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. Her research program encompasses the following: biological and psychological bases of psychotic disorders; early identification and development of psychotic disorders; application of biobehavioral measures to identify at-risk populations; and utilization of psychophysiological performance to assist in refining diagnostic nosology. She is also the primary developer of a measure of social anhedonia (ACIPS) that is being used internationally in the study of both depression and schizophrenia. To learn more about her research, click here to visit her PATHS Lab website.