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. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
David J.A Dozois PhD (Calgary) - (Director of the Clinical Program) - Cognitive vulnerability to depression; cognitive theory and therapy for depression.
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.
Peter Hoaken PhD (McGill) - Human aggression and violent crime, alcohol and aggression, cognitive predictors of re-offending in male inmates.
Erin Kaufman PhD (University of Utah) - Developmental psychopathology approaches to self-inflicted injury and borderline personality disorder etiology and treatment.
Nicholas A. Kuiper PhD (Calgary) - Personality characteristics relating to psychopathology and well-being. Implicit theories of depression, humor and impression formation. E-mail: email@example.com
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.
Kasey Stanton PhD (Notre Dame) - Dimensional approaches to studying and conceptualizing psychopathology; assessment of mood, personality, personality pathology, and hypomania/mania.
Leora Swartzman PhD (Rutgers) (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.