Entry Year: 2019-2020
Faculty Mentor(s): David Dodell-Feder
455 Meliora Hall
Fax: (585) 273-1100
My research focuses on understanding how body movements during social interactions. including gesturing and head nodding, can lead to feelings of social affiliation and liking and contribute to overall social functioning. I am particularly interested in using automated techniques to quantify movement abnormalities in schizophrenia and psychosis risk populations and examine how these abnormalities may be related to social cognitive, social affiliative, and social functioning impairments.
- De Coster, L., Lin, L., Mathalon, D. H., & Woolley, J. D. (2019). Neural and behavioral effects of oxytocin administration during theory of mind in schizophrenia and controls: A randomized control trial. Neuropsycopharmacology, 44, 1925-1931.
- Lin, L., Matvey, M., Bradley, E., & Wooley, J. D. (2019). "Using Optical flow to quantify movement in response to emotional stimuli among people with schzophrenia: A pilot study". Poster presented at the annual Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP) Conference: Buffalo, NY.
- Lin, L., Fong, N., De Coster, L., Mathalon, D. M., & Woolley, J. D. (2018). "Neural and behavioral effects of oxytocin administration during theory of mind in schizophrenia and matched controls". Poster presented at the annual Society for Research i Psychopathology (SRP) Conference: Indianapolis, IN.
- Lin, L. Campellone, T., Bradley, E., & Wooley, J. D. (2017). "Oxytocin And Higher Order Social Cognition In People With Schizophrenia: Replication And Moderation". Poster presented at the annual Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP) Conference: Denver, CO.
- University of Rochester Provost's Fellowship (2019-2021)
- Best Poster Award, Psi Chi Human Research Conference: University of San Francisco, CA (April 2016)
- Best Poster Award, Cognitive Science Student Association Conference, UC Berkeley, CA (April 2016)
- Undergraduate Science Horizons Research Internship 2013