LAB DIRECTOR - Justin M. Carré, Ph.D.
Dr. Carré received his Ph.D. in 2010 from Brock University in Canada under the mentorship of Dr. Cheryl McCormick. He went on to do a post-doctoral fellowship in Dr. Ahmad Hariri's Laboratory of NeuroGenetics at Duke University where he examined the neural correlates of individual differences in human aggression. His research is dedicated toward detailing the complex neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying variation in human social behavior.
LAB COORDINATOR - Jocelyn A. Campbell
Stefan recently received his Bachelor of Science in psychology from Grand Valley State University. While at GVSU, Stefan worked with Dr. Robert Deaner where he investigated the behavioral correlates of facial structure in select populations (e.g., hockey players and criminals). His current interests include the evolution of the neurobiological underpinnings of human social behavior.
Elianna is a senior majoring in psychology whose main interests lie within the field of clinical psychology. Elianna is currently examining the effect of video game play among women and decision-making with an interest in the neuroendocine mechanisms underlying this effect. She aspires to one day obtain a Ph.D. in clinical psychology
Jaclyn is a senior majoring in psychology. Her ambitions are to attend graduate school in a clinical psychology program with a main focus in neuropsychology for health-related risk factors for late life depression and anxiety. Jaclyn is currently studying the the effects of competition and outcome on testosterone in men. She was a member of the women’s hockey team here at Wayne State University.
Angy is a sophomore from Detroit, MI. She is majoring in psychology with a concentration in pre-medical studies. Angy has been performing hormones assays for several Wayne State psychology labs and is considering a directed studies project in the Caare lab. She enjoys traveling and hopes to one day have the opportunity to study abroad.
Robert is a senior majoring in psychology. Prior to attending Wayne State University, he was a Corpsman and worked in naval hospitals in the U.S. and as a combat medic stationed with the Marines in Japan. Upon his transition back to civilian life, he found psychology to be a fascinating field and has aspirations to attend graduate school in the future.
LABORATORY OF SOCIAL NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
Amina is a senior at WSU. She is a double major in Psychology and Philosophy and has future plans to attend Medical School. She hopes to one day travel abroad and volunteer. When she is not working or taking care of school work, she enjoys visiting with family and scuba diving.
A senior psychology student here at Wayne, Jocelyn spent the previous year studying the effect of competition outcome on testosterone in the Carre Lab for her honors thesis. Jocelyn's main interests involve immunity, pre- and perinatal programming of disease and psychopathology, and general wellness promotion.
Keith recently received his Master of Arts in Psychology from Wayne State University. He is currently conducting research on the psychological and neuroendocrine effects of holding power-related postures. When not at work, Keith enjoys playing and writing music, particularly with piano and guitar.
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Lingfei graduated from University of Auckland in New Zealand, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Politics. He also had a degree in microelectronics in China. He is interested in social neuroscience and how hormones affect social functions. He is also interested in cultural differences. He is now busy figuring out what project he would like to conduct for his graduate studies.
David is a senior at WSU pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology. He is also a member of Psi Chi and the President of PASS. His goal is to earn a PhD in Clinical Psychology and ultimately become a Sports Psychologist.
D.H. States II is an undergraduate at WSU pursuing a major in psychology and a minor in sociology. He is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society. D.H. helps to run PASS, which is a student mentoring program that focuses on assisting undergraduate psychology majors both in and beyond their coursework. D.H. plans to pursue a doctorate in social psychology with a possible concentration in health psychology.
DIRECTED STUDIES AND RESEARCH ASSISTANTS