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William Wooten
Former Associate Research Specialist, Center for Healthy Minds

Dates of Employment: July 2015 - August 2018

Will was the lead associate research specialist for the Baby Brain and Behavior Project, and coordinated all neuroimaging sessions between one month and 24 months of age.

He has worked with a variety of clinical populations in both clinical and research settings. He previously worked in three different labs that investigated stress and emotion regulation, interpersonal personality and human memory, with measures including emotion ratings, behavior tasks, EEG, heart rate and blood glucose.

Will's research interests include mood disorders, emotion regulation, stress, trauma and neurophysiology. Outside of the lab, he enjoys reading, writing and video games.


M.S., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Marquette University

B.S., Psychology, University of Wisconsin–Parkside

What does well-being mean to me?

"Making efforts to being the best person you can be – both physically and mentally. And keeping it in mind every day."