Eliza Bliss-Moreau, Ph.D.

 Eliza  Bliss-Moreau, Ph.D.


  • Assistant Professor
  • Psychology

Comparative and Translational Affective Neuroscience

Research Summary

Dr. Bliss-Moreaus’s multi-method, multi-disciplinary, multi-species research program is focused on understanding the biological mechanisms that generate healthy and unhealthy emotions and social behavior, with the goal of developing new effective treatments and interventions for emotion-related psychopathology.

Selected Publicationst

Bliss-Moreau, E., Moadab, G., & Machado, C.J. (2017). Monkeys preferentially process body information while viewing affective displays.  In press, Emotion.

Bliss-Moreau, E., Moadab, G., Santistevan, A., & Amaral, D.G. (2017). The effects of neonatal amygdala or hippocampus lesions on adult social behavior.  In press, Behavioural Brain Research

Touroutoglou, A. , Bliss-Moreau, E., Zhang, J.,  Martini, D., Vanduffel, W., Dickerson, B., & Barrett, L.F. (2016).  A ventral salience network in the macaque brain. NeuroImage132, 190-197.  

Bliss-Moreau, E., Machado, C.J., & Amaral, D.G. (2013).  Macaque cardiac physiology is sensitive to the valence of passively viewed sensory stimuli.  PLoS One8(8), e71170