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Lindsay Groat

PhD Student, Forensic Psychology

Faculty of Social Science and Humanities


Lindsay is currently a fourth year direct-entry PhD student studying several implicit motivations which may drive individuals to empathize with others. This work is done both behaviourally and through neuroimaging methods, whereby she is assessing neural activity in regions underlying empathy when individuals are empathizing. Her work takes place within normative populations, but is also particularly driven by work with antisocial populations, specifically those with psychopathy.