Michael N. Hallquist, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2009 Psychology State University of New York at Binghamton, Vestal, NY, United States 
Area:
Dissociation, memory, mindfulness/acceptance, hypnosis, experimental psychopathology, and science versus pseudoscience.
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Parents

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Steven Jay Lynn grad student 2009 SUNY Binghamton
 (Effortful control, executive inhibition, and personality dysfunction: Bridging temperament, neurocognition, and psychopathology.)
Paul A. Pilkonis post-doc

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Rajpreet Chahal research assistant 2013-2015 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (Neurotree)
Nathan Hall grad student 2016- Penn State
Sophie Paolizzi grad student 2019- Penn State
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Chahal R, Weissman DG, Hallquist MN, et al. (2020) Neural connectivity biotypes: associations with internalizing problems throughout adolescence. Psychological Medicine. 1-11
Schreiber AM, Wright AGC, Beeney JE, et al. (2020) Disrupted physiological coregulation during a conflict predicts short-term discord and long-term relationship dysfunction in couples with personality pathology. Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Waszczuk MA, Eaton NR, Krueger RF, et al. (2019) Redefining phenotypes to advance psychiatric genetics: Implications from hierarchical taxonomy of psychopathology. Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Hallquist MN, Wright AGC, Molenaar PCM. (2019) Problems with Centrality Measures in Psychopathology Symptom Networks: Why Network Psychometrics Cannot Escape Psychometric Theory. Multivariate Behavioral Research. 1-25
Conway CC, Forbes MK, Forbush KT, et al. (2019) A Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology Can Transform Mental Health Research. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691618810696
Beeney JE, Stepp SD, Hallquist MN, et al. (2019) Attachment styles, social behavior, and personality functioning in romantic relationships. Personality Disorders
Krueger RF, Kotov R, Watson D, et al. (2018) Progress in achieving quantitative classification of psychopathology. World Psychiatry : Official Journal of the World Psychiatric Association (Wpa). 17: 282-293
Beeney JE, Lazarus SA, Hallquist MN, et al. (2018) Detecting the Presence of a Personality Disorder Using Interpersonal and Self-Dysfunction. Journal of Personality Disorders. 1-20
Hallquist MN, Geier CF, Luna B. (2018) Incentives facilitate developmental improvement in inhibitory control by modulating control-related networks. Neuroimage
Hallquist MN, Hall NT, Schreiber AM, et al. (2017) Interpersonal dysfunction in borderline personality: a decision neuroscience perspective. Current Opinion in Psychology. 21: 94-104
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