Dr. Anthony Nazarov is a defence scientist at Defence Research and Development Canada investigating psychological readiness and mental health in Canadian Armed Forces personnel and civilian populations. Dr. Nazarov completed his Ph.D. in Neuroscience at McMaster University and has expertise in behavioural and neural aspects of social cognition in individuals exposed to psychological trauma. His major research focus is on exploring the interplay between psychological trauma, morality, shame, and moral injury.
Nazarov, A., Walaszczyk, V., Oremus, C., McKinnon, M.C., & Lanius, R. (in press). Moral judgment in women with posttraumatic stress disorder related to childhood abuse. European Journal of Psychotraumatology.
Nazarov, A., Jetly, R., McNeely, H., Kiang, M., Lanius, R., McKinnon, M.C. (2015). Role of morality in the experience of guilt and shame within the armed forces. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 132, 4-19.
Nazarov, A., Frewen, P., Parlar, M., Oremus, C., MacQueen, G., McKinnon, M.C., & Lanius, R. (2014). Theory of mind performance in women with PTSD associated with childhood trauma. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 129, 193-201.