Honorary members

Professor Emeritus Dr. Stanley Jack Rachman

University of British Columbia

29.05.2009
He is acknowledged for his extraordinary contributions to the development of the field of Experimental Psychopathology, including his creative experimental tests of theories on psychopathology; bridging of fundamental and clinical work; innovative approaches to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; and editorship of the central journal in the field of EPP, Behaviour Research and Therapy.

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Professor Dr. Mark Williams

University of Oxford UK

09.03.2012
He is acknowledged for his extraordinary contributions to the development of the field of Experimental Psychopathology, including his creative insights and the advancements of core theories in the domain of cognitive processes and emotional disorders, which have moved the field numerous scientific steps forward; the bridging of fundamental and clinical work; and the development of innovative approaches to depression and suicidal behavior (e.g. MBCT).

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Professor Dr. Colin MacLeod

University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia

14.03.2014
With this Honorary Membership Professor Dr. Colin MacLeod is acknowledged for his extraordinary contributions to the development of the field of Experimental Psychopathology, including his creative experimental tests of theories on psychopathology and the advancement of core theories in the domain of cognitive processes and emotional disorders, which have moved the field numerous scientific steps forward; the bridging of fundamental and clinical work; and the development of innovative transdiagnostic clinical interventions currently known as Cognitive Bias Modification.

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Professor Dr. Michelle Craske

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

01.04.2016

Professor Craske is acknowledged for her exceptional contributions to Experimental Psychopathology research. She has published an extensive amount of research articles about fear and anxiety and she translates findings from basic science to the understanding and treatment of anxiety disorders. Dr. Craske also works as a clinician, develops new cognitive behavioural interventions, presents workshops and publishes therapist guides and books on (self-help) treatment. She inspires many young researchers and clinicians.

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