a PhD candidate in clinical psychology. His research interests are in understanding interpersonal- and self-related processes as they are related to the manifestation and treatment of psychopathology. Yogev's main research interests are in emotion regulation, anxiety disorders and psychotherapy process and outcome. Within these areas he focuses on impairments in emotion regulation in social anxiety disorder and in panic disorder, and on the role of emotion regulation and the therapeutic alliance in psychotherapy process and outcome. His approach to research is translational, integrating findings and methods from the fields of psychotherapy research, experimental psychopathology, affective science and psychophysiology. In his work, he applies clinical measures, self-report measures, behavioral tasks and measures of Event Related Potentials (ERP).