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Nitschke Laboratory

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Jack B. Nitschke

Associate Professor
Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology

Office:
Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior, Room T229
Waisman Center
1500 Highland Ave.
Madison, WI 53705
Phone: 608-262-8600
Mail: jnitschke@wisc.edu

-on faculty for Clinical Internship Program in Department of Psychiatry
-on faculty for Clinical Area in Department of Psychology
Ph.D. 1998, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Course Taught by Dr. Nitschke: The Biology of Psychopathology and Intervention

Dr. Nitschke's curriculum vita

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Dr. Nitschke is a neuroscientist, clinical psychologist, and associate professor of psychiatry and psychology at the University of Wisconsin. His research centers on the neuroscience of human emotion, anxiety, and depression, with a primary emphasis on anxiety disorders. His studies use clinical and nonclinical samples and employ an array of MRI methodologies alongside the measurement of behavior, genetics, and peripheral psychophysiology. With trainees and staff in his lab, he has developed a laboratory-based model of anxiety that targets anticipatory processes preceding a range of emotional stimuli. Other prominent research interests include the power of expectancy and positive emotion.

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