Amy works as the assistant to Michelle Craske, Ph.D. and research coordinator for the Anxiety Disorders Research Center. Her research interests include the etiology and maintenance of anxiety disorders and related cognitive biases, specifically social anxiety disorder. Additionally, she is interested in the development and dissemination of computertized treatments for anxiety and related disorders.
Taylor is the research coordinator for the Emotion Regulation study. She is broadly interested the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, and more specifically, the physiological processes associated with anxiety disorders and the measurement of these processes. In addition, Taylor is interested in the effects of therapist competency on treatment outcome.