Department of Psychology

Department of

Psychology

Department of

Psychology

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GRADUATE STUDIES

Clinical Psychology: Faculty

Christopher Bowie

Chris Bowie, Ph.D.

Our research group uses experimental and treatment studies to determine and modify the causes and correlates of disability and recovery in severe mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder.

Meredith Chivers, Ph.D.

Female sexuality; sexual psychophysiology; gender differences; sexual orientation; sexual functioning; paraphilias; gender identity.

Wendy Craig, Ph.D.

In my program of research over the past 12 years, I have examined bullying problems from a developmental psychopathology perspective.

Cynthia Fekken, Ph.D.

My research has focused on structured personality assessment.

Luis Flores

Luis Flores, Ph.D.

The central theme of my research is how close relationships and interpersonal functioning confer protection or risk in the development and clinical course of depression.

Kate Harkness, Ph.D.

My primary research focus is the role of stress and early trauma in the etiology and ongoing pathology of major depression in adolescence and adulthood.

Ronald Holden

Ronald Holden, Ph.D.

My research has three primary interests: (a) suicide; (b) strategies for constructing inventories of personality and psychopathology; and (c) methods for detecting faking on self-report inventories.

Caroline Pukall, Ph.D.

My overarching research area is health psychology, with a focus on human sexuality, sexual dysfunction, and pain.

Tim Salomons

Tim Salomons, Ph.D.

Research information currently being updated.

Jeremy Stewart

Jeremy Stewart, Ph.D.

My research aims to understand and quantify vulnerability to suicidal and self-injurious behavior in youth across distinct units of analysis (e.g., environmental circumstances, behavior, physiology). My ongoing projects focus on how individual differences in executive functioning, trait impulsivity, stressful life events (particularly peer rejection), reward responsiveness, and other variables may contribute to the escalation from suicidal thinking to action in adolescents and young adults.

Dean Tripp, Ph.D.

My principal area is Health Psychology which I teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level. I have a particular focus on Pain, disability, Quality of Life in men and adolescents suffering from chronic prostatitis (Chronic pelvic pain) and females suffering from Interstitial Cystitis.

Tess Clifford

Tess Clifford, Ph.D.

Dr. Tess Clifford is the Director of the Clinic and she supervises most of the cases seen at the Clinic. She is a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario.