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Bernard, Kristin Ph.D., University of Delaware, 2013, Assistant Professor, Clinical
Child maltreatment; Neurobiological consequences of early life adversity; Parent-child relationships; Early parenting interventions; Psychobiology of parenting and attachment.
Davila, Joanne. Ph.D. UCLA, 1993. Professor and Area Head, Clinical
Development and course of interpersonal functioning and psychopathology among adolescents and adults; interpersonal causes and consequences of depression and anxiety disorders; adolescent romantic and sexual experiences; well being among LGBT individuals.
Eaton, Nicholas R. Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 2012. Assistant Professor, Clinical
Classification and structure of personality and psychopathology; quantitative methods and psychometrics; human sexuality; individual/group differences and mental health.
Goldfried, Marvin. Ph.D. SUNY Buffalo, 1961. Professor, Clinical
Psychotherapy integration; Gay/lesbian/bisexual issues.
Klein, Daniel. Ph.D. SUNY Buffalo, 1983. Professor, Clinical
Mood disorders in youth and adults; temperament and personality development.
Lerner, Matthew. Ph.D. University of Virginia, 2013. Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology
Elucidating novel models of and processes underlying social functioning in youth; Design and development of empirically-supported social competency interventions for youth with developmental disorders (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorders & Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder); Therapeutic process variables (mediators and moderators of outcomes) in social competency intervention research; Developmental psychopathological and neuroplastic models of social competence deficits; Peer relations and their impact on developmental psychopathology.
Mohanty, Aprajita. Ph.D. University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign, 2006. Assistant Professor, Clinical
Psychological and neural mechanisms involved in emotion, attention and their interaction.
The role of emotion-attention mechanisms in normal function and anxiety.
Impact of emotion on decision making in normal function and psychopathology
O'Leary, Daniel. Ph.D. Univ. Illinois, 1967. Distinguished Professor, Clinical
Etiology, prevention, and treatment of psychological and physical aggression in intimate relationships; multivariate models (biological, psychological, and social) of intimate partner aggression; the bidirectional role of marital problems and depression; marital and dyad based treatments for clinical depression; prevalence and correlates of intense love.
Proudfit, Greg Hajcak. Ph.D. University of Delaware, 2006. Associate Professor, Clinical
Psychophysiological approaches to studying emotion and cognition in the context of psychopathology and risk; anxiety disorders and their treatment; depression; psychosis and schizophrenia.

Research Faculty:

Hymowitz, Genna. Ph.D. Stony Brook University, 2011. Research Assistant Professor, Clinical. Director, Behavioral Medicine Program, Krasner Psychological Center.
My research focuses on investigating cognitive biases, psychological distress, health behaviors, and symptomatology related to chronic medical conditions including obesity and gastrointestinal (GI) motility disorders. Clinically, I specialize in conducting behavioral medicine evaluations and providing evidence-based treatments for individuals with weight difficulties, individuals with GI motility disorders, and patients with co-morbid psychological and health-related difficulties. Additional areas of interest and clinical expertise include multidisciplinary treatments for chronic pain, smoking cessation and insomnia.
Associated Faculty
Shana Nichols, Ph.D., Dalhousie University (2005)
Consultant and Director, Fay J Lindner Center for Autism.

updated 08/24/11