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Psychology Research Labs

Julie Walsh-Messinger: Psychopathology, Personality, and Affective Science

Dr. Julie Walsh-Messinger’s Psychopathology, Personality, and Affective Science (PPAS) laboratory investigates the neural processing of emotion in serious and persistent mental illness, behavioral correlates of emotion dysfunction, and relations between olfactory dysfunction, psychopathology, and personality. Additional areas of interest for the PPAS lab include sex differences in neurobiological research, psychometrics, and psychological assessment.

Current Research Projects
  • Olfaction and Personality. (PI J Walsh-Messinger).
  • Neuroinflammation in the Anterior Cingulate Cortex and Affective Disturbances in Schizophrenia. (PI J Walsh-Messinger). Funded May 2016-August 2016, University of Dayton Research Council Seed Grant and Grants-in-Aid.
  • Affective Processing, Olfaction, and Schizophrenia. (PI J Walsh-Messinger). Funded May 2017-August 2017 & May 2018-August 2018, University of Dayton Research Council Seed Grant and Grants-in-Aid.
  • Fostering Increased Independence and Health Outcomes for Older Adults: Development and Adoption of a SmartWalker. (Co-PIs: K Bigelow, K, Jackson, T Reissman, J Walsh-Messinger). Funded May 2017-August 2017, University of Dayton STEM Catalyst Grant.
Contact Julie Walsh-Messinger

Email: jmessinger1@udayton.edu

Phone: 937-229-1380

CONTACT

Department of Psychology

St. Joseph Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1430
937-229-2738
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