Mayté received her PhD in Social Psychology from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in 2011. She then went on to do her postdoctoral work at the University of California, Davis, where she developed a line of researched aimed at examining the effects of experiences with early caregivers on the ways individuals react to threats, focusing on social threats.
Dr. Woolley participated in a live webcast on New Brain Treatments for Psychiatric Illness on Wednesday, July 15. He and UCSF co-worker Dr. Daniel Schlosser discussed the use of technology and digital programs to strengthen patients' functioning in areas such as motivation and social cognition. Watch a recording of the webcast at the link below.
Josh recently published the article "Intranasal oxytocin mechanisms can be better understood but its effects on social cognition and behavior are not to be sniffed at" in Biological Psychiatry. To view more of Josh's recent publications visit our publications page.
On June 2, at 8am in the HSW-300 Auditorium (513 Parnassus Avenue).