Core Clinical Faculty Research Interests
Lindsay Bodell PhD (Florida State) - Biopsychosocial models of the development and maintenance of eating disorders; factors contributing to suicide-related behaviors, particularly among individuals with eating disorders. Dr. Bodell is available to take new graduate students for Fall 2019.
David J.A Dozois PhD (Calgary) - (Director of the Clinical Program - on sabbatical July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019) - Cognitive vulnerability to depression; cognitive theory and therapy for depression. Dr. Dozois is NOT available to take new graduate students for Fall 2018.
Elizabeth P. Hayden PhD (SUNY at Stony Brook) - Individual differences in emotionality and behavior related to mood disorders risk; assessment of temperament and mood; developmental psychopathology. Dr. Hayden is available to take new graduate students for Fall 2019.
Peter Hoaken PhD (McGill) - Human aggression and violent crime, alcohol and aggression, cognitive predictors of re-offending in male inmates.
Nicholas A. Kuiper PhD (Calgary) - Personality characteristics relating to psychopathology and well-being. Implicit theories of depression, humor and impression formation. Dr. Kuiper is NOT available to take new graduate students for Fall 2019.
Richard W.J Neufeld PhD (Calgary) - Cognitive mechanisms involved in stress and coping among normal and clinical samples; cognitive deficit in schizophrenia; quantitative models in each of the above.
Graham J. Reid PhD (Bowling Green State) - Pediatric sleep problems; Parenting young children; Access and use of health and mental health services by children and youth; Primary care and family medicine. Dr. Reid is available to take new graduate students for Fall 2018.
Kasey Stanton PhD (Notre Dame) - Dimensional approaches to studying and conceptualizing psychopathology; assessment of mood, personality, personality pathology, and hypomania/mania. Dr. Stanton is available to take new graduate students for Fall 2019.
Leora Swartzman PhD (Rutgers) (Acting Director of the Clinical Program July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 and Clinical Practica Co-ordinator) - Health psychology; self-regulation of health behaviour; the psychology of physical symptoms; illness cognitions currently being applied to asthma and chronic heart failure. Dr. Swartzman is NOT available to take new graduate students for Fall 2018.