Clifford Ian Workman, Ph.D.

2008-2012 Psychiatry Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
 2012-2016 Medicine University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
 2016-2018 Psychology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
 2018-2023 Penn Center for Neuroaesthetics University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
 2023- Psychological and Brain Sciences University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
Morality, Aesthetics, Psychiatry
"Clifford Ian Workman"

I grew up in Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C., before moving to Baltimore in 2003 to pursue my undergraduate degree at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Although I originally aspired to a career in clinical psychology, my interests shifted to social neuroscience after volunteering in several psychology research labs and taking courses in neuroscience, moral philosophy, and cultural anthropology. After finishing my undergraduate degree, I looked for opportunities to develop skills that would aid me in pursuing a career in social neuroscience, particularly experience acquiring and analyzing neuroimaging data.

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Gwenn S Smith research assistant 2008- Johns Hopkins
Christopher Murphy research assistant 2006-2007 UMBC
Robert R. Provine research assistant 2007-2007 UMBC
Shari R. Waldstein research assistant 2007-2008 UMBC
Rebecca Elliott grad student 2012-2016 University of Manchester
Roland Zahn grad student 2012-2016 King's College
Anjan Chatterjee post-doc 2018- Penn
Jean Decety post-doc 2016-2018 Chicago
Robert H. Deluty research scientist 2016 UMBC


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Jorge Moll collaborator 2012- D’Or Institute of Research and Education
Hyemin Han collaborator 2017- University of Alabama (PsychTree)
Joshua D May collaborator 2017- UAB
Laura Niemi collaborator 2017- University of Toronto
Natalia Washington collaborator 2017- University of Utah
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Villavisanis DF, Workman CI, Zapatero ZD, et al. (2023) Visual Attention, Bias, and Social Dispositions Toward People With Facial Anomalies: A Prospective Study With Eye-Tracking Technology. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 90: 482-486
Han H, Workman CI, May J, et al. (2022) Which moral exemplars inspire prosociality? Philosophical Psychology. 35: 943-970
Zapatero ZD, Workman CI, Kalmar CL, et al. (2022) Facial Scars: Do Position and Orientation Matter? Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Villavisanis DF, Workman CI, Cho DY, et al. (2022) It is All Relative: Associations of Facial Proportionality, Attractiveness, and Character Traits. The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
Workman CI, Smith KM, Apicella CL, et al. (2022) Evidence against the "anomalous-is-bad" stereotype in Hadza hunter gatherers. Scientific Reports. 12: 8693
Stevens DA, Workman CI, Kuwabara H, et al. (2022) Regional amyloid correlates of cognitive performance in ageing and mild cognitive impairment. Brain Communications. 4: fcac016
Smith GS, Workman CI, Protas H, et al. (2021) Positron emission tomography imaging of serotonin degeneration and beta-amyloid deposition in late-life depression evaluated with multi-modal partial least squares. Translational Psychiatry. 11: 473
He D, Workman CI, Kenett YN, et al. (2021) The effect of aging on facial attractiveness: An empirical and computational investigation. Acta Psychologica. 219: 103385
Workman CI, Chatterjee A. (2021) The Face Image Meta-Database (fIMDb) & ChatLab Facial Anomaly Database (CFAD): Tools for research on face perception and social stigma. Methods in Psychology (Online). 5
Smith GS, Kuwabara H, Nandi A, et al. (2021) Molecular imaging of beta-amyloid deposition in late-life depression. Neurobiology of Aging. 101: 85-93
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