Clinical Psychology Faculty

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Joye Anestis, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Emotion regulation in externalizing syndromes, assessment of externalizing syndromes, personality assessment, and treatment utility of assessment.

 

Michael Anestis, Ph.D.

Nina Bell Suggs Professor of Psychology and Chair of Clinical Admissions

Research Interests: Nature of and risk factors for suicidal behavior, paradoxical effects of emotion dysregulation, dysregulated behaviors, psychopathy.

 

Randolph Arnau, Ph.D.

Professor

Research Interests: Personality assessment, psychometrics, hope and optimism, positive emotions.

 

Christopher Barry, Ph.D.

Dr. Chris Barry has relocated to Washington State University. His email is chris.barry@wsu.edu

 

Tammy D. Barry, Ph.D.

Dr. Tammy Barry has relocated to Washington State University. Her email is tammy.barry@wsu.edu

 

Dan Capron, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: anxiety-related cognitive vulnerability factors, anxiety sensitivity and suicide

 

Nora Charles, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Adolescence, substance use, externalizing behaviors

 

Bradley Green, Ph.D.

Professor and Director of the Psychology Clinic

Research Interests: Assessment development and validation, addiction, personality factors in psychopathology, multivariate statistical analysis.

 

Sara Sytsma Jordan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training

Research Interests: Child routines, parenting practices, correlates of externalizing behavior problems in young children, pediatric psychology, measure development and psychometric evaluation, measurement and evaluation of children's routines.

 

Robert D. Lyman, Ph.D.

Professor

Research Interests: Child clinical psychology.

 

Stephanie Smith, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: efficacy and mechanisms of cognitive, behavioral, and psychosocial treatments for children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders including Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder and Disruptive Behavior Disorders.