|Name:||Golnaz Tabibnia, Ph.D.|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon|
University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, B.A.
I am interested in various self-regulatory processes and associated outcomes. Using fMRI, psychophysiology, and behavioral methods, I have studied language-based self-regulation of negative emotions such as fear and the long-term autonomic consequences of such regulation, as well as self-regulation of feelings associated with being treated unfairly. In my postdoctoral work with Dr. Edythe London, I am currently studying self-regulation of craving and impulsivity related to smoking and drug abuse.