Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Florida State University, In Progress
M.S., Clinical Psychology, Florida State University, 2017
B.A., Psychology, Florida State University, 2011
My current research interests are neurophysiological correlates of emotional processing and inhibitory control. I have worked on several publications examining how individual differences in cognitive and affective processing are implicated in various clinical problems including Antisocial Personality Disorder, Substance Use, Depression, and Anxiety. My primary expertise is in psychophysiological methods including EEG/ERP, facial EMG, and autonomic physiological recordings.
Yancey, J.R., Venables, N.C., & Patrick, C.J. (2016). Psychoneurometric operationalization of threat sensitivity: Relations with clinical symptom and physiological response criteria. Psychophysiology, 53(3), 393-405. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12512
Yancey, J.R., Vaidyanathan, U., & Patrick, C.J. (2015). Aversive startle potentiation and fear pathology: Mediating role of threat sensitivity and impact of depression. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 98(2), 262-269. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2014.10.014
Yancey, J.R., Venables, N.C, Hicks, B.M., & Patrick, C.J. (2013). Evidence for a heritable brain basis to deviance promoting deficits in self-control. Journal of Criminal Justice, 41(5), 309-317.