Jeffrey Glenn

PACT Lab Clinical Area


My research interests revolve around the question of why it is that otherwise rational individuals sometimes behave in ways that lead to serious clinical outcomes.  Specifically, I am interested in the role of cognitive processes -- both automatic and strategic -- in anxiety, depression, and suicide.  Such processes include attention, autobiographical memory, prospection, time perception, and mental imagery.  I also am interested in better understanding the causal relations between cognitive processing and emotion regulation.