Core Clinical Psychology Faculty
Core Clinical Faculty & Research Areas
Research interests focus on the development and measurement of attentional processes in early childhood and how these processes relate to important aspects of child development. Dr. Allan is currently accepting new Ph.D. students.
Research is focused on disentangling the role of risk factors in the etiology of emotional distress disorders (i.e., mood and anxiety). Dr. Allan is not accepting new graduate students.
Research interests include understanding the role of therapists in psychotherapy, especially identifying the effects of therapists' interpersonal skills on psychotherapy processes and outcomes. Dr. Anderson is currently accepting new Ph.D. students.
Research interests include developing effective and practical interventions for adolescents with ADHD and related problems. Dr. Evans is currently accepting new graduate students.
Research interests include risk and maintenance factors for eating disorders across psychological, social, and physiological domains. Dr. Forney is accepting new Ph.D. students.
Research interests include psychophysiology of pain and cardiovascular disorders, hypertension, interventions to prevent blood donation syncope, stress and coping. Dr. France is currently accepting new graduate students.
Research interests include multi-modal assessment and treatment of ADHD, school-based interventions in rural communities, use of technology to enhance supports for teachers and services for students. Dr. Owens is currently accepting new Ph.D. students.
Research interests include neuropsychology of pain, assessment and management of Alzheimer's disease, detection of malingering, effects of psychological state on neuropsychological performance, schizotypy. Dr. Suhr is currently accepting new graduate students.
Research primarily focuses on studying the association between attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and familial/interpersonal relationship dysfunction. Dr. Wymbs is currently accepting new Ph.D. students.
Contributing and Emeriti Faculty
These faculty are not currently accepting graduate students.
Clinical psychology. The characteristics of effective psychotherapeutic interventions and time-limited psychotherapy.
Research interests include the design and evaluation of interventions for the prevention of sexual assault, risk factors for sexual victimization and aggression, and correlates of trauma in sexual assault survivors
Research interests include pain and headache management, assessment of the effectiveness of drug and psychological treatments for pain, innovative methods of delivery of psychological services.