Gary R. Sperduto Professor in Clinical Psychology
Clinical Program, Behavioral and Brain Sciences Program
Dr. Sweet will be reviewing applications for fall 2019 admission into the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology
Dr. Sweet will be reviewing applications for fall 2019 admission into the doctoral program in Behavioral and Brain Sciences

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Education

Ph.D., Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

Research Interests

I examine brain-behavior relationships in clinical populations using cognitive and affective neuroscience techniques, particularly multimodal neuroimaging and neuropsychological assessments. My FMRI work includes paradigm development with a focus on clinically relevant constructs (e.g., objective assessments of subjective states, prediction of treatment outcome). Recent studies include the use of functional neuroimaging markers to predict smoking cessation outcome; functional, structural and prefusion MRI correlates of cognitive function in cardiovascular disease; the effects of early life stress on adult cognitive function; cue reactivity in obesity and nicotine dependence; and working memory and information processing speed in subcortical disease processes.

Publications

Publications listed on PubMed: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=lawrence+sweet

Dr. Lawrence Sweet CV

Research Interests:

Dr. Sweet is Director of the Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory (CNS-Lab).  It is a neuroimaging data analysis and neuropsychological assessment laboratory affiliated with the Clinical Psychology and Brain and Behavioral Science Programs in the Department of Psychology and the interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program at UGA. The CNS-Lab integrates multimodal neuroimaging and neuropsychological assessments with other clinical research methodology to examine brain-behavior relationships. The CNS-Lab specializes in experimental design, and data acquisition, analyses, and interpretation for clinical and non-clinical studies that employ functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), perfusion MRI (arterial spin labeling techniques), and structural morphometry (e.g., volumetrics, cortical thickness, lesion quantification). The CNS-Lab is responsible for data analyses and consultation for several local and multi-site clinical research studies.

Articles Featuring Lawrence Sweet

Saturday, September 1, 2018 - 8:39am

Congratulations to four faculty members in the Department of Psychology who have recently received national grant awards! Keep up the great work!