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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
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Diane Gooding
Professor
Ph.D. 1996, University of Minnesota

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My primary research focus is on schizophrenia and schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. My research program encompasses the following: biological bases of psychotic disorders; early identification and development of psychotic disorders; application of biobehavioral measures to identify at-risk populations; utilization of psychophysiological performance to assist in refining diagnostic nosology; and assessment of the interface between affective and cognitive processing in schizophrenia and related disorders. Students working with me are taught psychophysiological, neuropsychological, and clinical assessment techniques.

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

image: Adobe Acrobat Gooding, D.C., & Tallent, K.A.  (2001).  The association between antisaccade task and working memory task performance in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 189, 8-16..
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Gooding, D.C., Tallent, K.A., & Matts, C.W.  (2005).  Clinical status of at-risk individuals five years later:  Further validation of the psychometric high-risk strategy.  Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114, 170-175.

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Gooding, D.C., Mohapatra, L., & Shea, H.B.  (2004).  Temporal stability of saccadic task performance in schizophrenia and bipolar patients.  Psychological Medicine, 34, 921-932.

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Gooding, D.C., & Tallent, K.A.  (2002).  Spatial working memory performance in patients with schizoaffective psychosis versus schizophrenia:  A tale of two disorders?  Schizophrenia Research, 53, 209-218.

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Gooding, D.C., Shea, H.B., & Matts, C.W.  (2005).  Saccadic performance in questionnaire-identified schizotypes over time.  Psychiatry Research, 133, 173-186.

 
 
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