Dr. Belinda Craig
Dr. Belinda Craig, completed her PhD in Psychology at Queensland University in 2015 and is now appointed as a Lecturer at the University of New England in Armadale. Her research focusses on areas of emotion and person perception. She investigates how we perceive information in the face and body (e.g., race, sex, age, emotion, eye-gaze, facial hair) and how this social information influences other cognitive processes like memory and attention.
Dr. Izelle Labuschagne
Dr Izelle Labuschagne is a Research Fellow at Cognition and Emotion Research Centre, Australian Catholic University in Melbourne. She is a clinical neuroscientist and psychologist with expertise in social cognition, brain imaging, and neuropsychopharmacological techniques. She has a particular interest in the role that oxytocin plays in disorders like social anxiety disorder and Parkinson’s disease.
Dr Frank Scott Hall
Dr Frank Scott Hall is the current president of the International Behavioural Neuroscience Society. After working at the National Institute of Drug Addiction for 15 years as staff scientist, he is now at the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at The University of Toledo (Ohio, USA). With training in Psychology and Neurosciences, his research focusses on the molecular basis of addiction and related psychiatric disorders. He is the editor of the 2018 book: Negative Affective States and Cognitive Impairments in Nicotine Dependence.