CURRICULUM VITAE August 2021 Barry H. Cohen Department of Applied Psychology Steinhardt School, New York University New York, New York 10003 [email protected] EDUCATION Institution SUNY at Stony Brook Queens College New York University Degree B.S. M.A. Ph.D. Major Physics Psychology Experimental Psychology Date Awarded June 1970 Sept. 1975 Oct. 1983 FELLOWSHIPS National Institute of Mental Health Pre-Doctoral Fellow, 1977-1979 National Institute of Mental Health Post-Doctoral Fellow, 1983-1985 PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS 2019 – Adjunct Instructor, Applied Psychology, New York University 2017 – Co-Director, Mindful Education Lab, New York University 2016 – 2017 Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology, New York University 2013 – 2016 Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, New York University 2002 – 2013 Director, M.A. Program in Psychology, New York University 1997 – 2002 Associate Director, M.A. Program in Psychology, New York University 1987 – 1997 Assistant Director, M.A. Program in Psychology, New York University 1987 – 1991 Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, New York University 1984 – 1987 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology, New York University 1984 – 1986 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology, SUNY at Purchase College 1983 – 1985 Post-doctoral research under the supervision of Dr. Richard Davidson at Purchase College (SUNY) 1979 -1980 Instructor, Department of Psychology, New York University 1976 – 1981 Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, New York University 1973 – 1975 Research Assistant for Dr. Jacob Kirman, Department of Psychology, Queens College (CUNY), New York 1970 – 1973 Physical Science Technician, U.S. Geological Survey, Mineola, N.Y. Barry H. Cohen CV August 2021 2 MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES Charter Member, Association for Psychological Science Member, American Psychological Association (Division 5) Member, Social & Affective Neuroscience Society AD HOC REVIEWER Reviewer for Psychological Methods and Mindfulness. PUBLICATIONS – Books and Chapters Cohen. B. H., & Aronson, J. (2020). The Mindful Social Animal. In Aronson, J. & Aronson, E. (Eds). Readings About The Social Animal (12th ed., pp. 56-74). New York: Worth/ Freeman. Cohen, B.H. (2013). Explaining Psychological Statistics (4th ed.). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons. Welkowitz, J., Cohen, B. H., & Lea, R. B. (2012). Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (7th ed.). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons. Cohen, B.H., & Lea, R.B. (2003). Essentials of Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons. Cohen, B.H. (1986). The motor theory of voluntary thinking. In R.J. Davidson, G.E. Schwartz, & D. Shapiro (Eds.), Consciousness and Self-regulation, Volume 4 (pp. 19-54). New York: Plenum Press. PUBLICATIONS – Journal Articles Siegel, P., Cohen, B. H., & Warren, R. (accepted for publication). Nothing to fear but fear itself: A mechanistic test of unconscious exposure. Biological Psychiatry. Bellehsen, M., Stoycheva, V., Cohen, B. H., & Nidich, S. (in press). A pilot randomized controlled trial of Transcendental Meditation as treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder in veterans. Journal of Traumatic Stress. Travis, F., Nash, J., Parim, N., & Cohen, B. H. (2020). Does the MRI/fMRI procedure itself confound the results of meditation research? An evaluation of subjective and neurophysiological measures of TM practitioners in a simulated MRI environment. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 728. Cohen, B.H. (2017). Why the resistance to statistical innovations? A comment on Sharpe (2013). Psychological Methods, 22, 204-210. Barry H. Cohen CV August 2021 3 Cohen, B.H. (2002). Calculating a factorial ANOVA from means and standard deviations. Understanding Statistics, 1, 191-203. Demarais, A.M., & Cohen, B.H. (1998). Evidence for image-scanning eye movements during transitive inference. Biological Psychology, 49, 229-247. Cohen, B.H., Davidson, R.J., Senulis, J.A., Saron, C.D., & Weisman, D.R. (1992). Muscle tension patterns during auditory attention. Biological Psychology, 33, 133-156. Cohen, B.H., & Saslona, M. (1990). The advantage of being an habitual visualizer. Journal of Mental Imagery, 14, 101-112. Grega, D.M., Sackheim, H.A., Sanchez, E., Cohen, B.H., & Hough, S. (1988). Perceiver bias in the processing of human faces: Neuropsychological mechanisms. Cortex, 24, 91-117. Cohen, B.H., & Kirman, J.H. (1986). Vib

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