Dr. Mathias is assistant professor for the department of psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Wake Forest University Health Sciences. Dr. Mathias has been integral to the validation of recent measures of impulsivity assessment and particularly their relationship to psychophysiological measures.
Dr. Swann is professor and vice chair of research for the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Dr. Swann is a psychiatrist specializing in bipolar disorder and has research expertise on treatment of impulsivity in psychiatric patients.
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