Eric R. Dahlen
Associate Professor, Clinic Director
Academic and Professional Interests:
Dr. Dahlen's research focuses on (1) clinically dysfunctional anger; (2) overt and relational aggression in emerging adulthood; (3) aspects of normal personality and "dark personality" variables (e.g., psychopathy, narcissism, Machiavellianism); and (4) clinical traffic psychology (i.e., studying the role of driver personality in motor vehicle accidents and unsafe driving behavior). To learn more about Dr. Dahlen's research, including opportunities for students to get involved, visit the Anger and Traffic Psychology Lab
Dr. Dahlen's professional interests include anger management, objective personality assessment, forensic psychology, and the use of technology to disseminate psychological science. He teaches graduate courses in the assessment and diagnosis of mental disorders and group counseling. At the undergraduate level, he teaches forensic psychology.
Professional Honors and Achievements:
Dr. Dahlen directs the Community Counseling and Assessment Clinic, the in-house training clinic of the Counseling Psychology Program. He serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Accident Analysis and Prevention. Dr. Dahlen is a licensed psychologist and Distinguished Diplomate of the National Anger Management Association. In 2011, he received certification as an Anger Management Specialist V from the National Anger Management Association.