255 Davie Hall
Dr. Abramowitz studies psychological processes and cognitive-behavioral treatment of anxiety disorders, especially obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and health-related anxiety. Visit him online: UNC Anxiety Lab.
Dr. Abramowitz will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Bowman & Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor | Director of Clinical Psychology
268 Davie Hall
Dr. Bardone-Cone studies etiology and maintenance of bulimia nervosa with particular interests in the roles of perfectionism, self-efficacy, and stress; sociocultural factors, including race, ethnicity, family, and media, in relation to body image and eating disorders; and defining recovery from an eating disorder. Visit her online: The Bardone-Cone Lab.
Dr. Bardone-Cone will not be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Richard Lee Simpson Distinguished Professor
264 Davie Hall
Dr. Baucom studies marital distress, cognitive-behavior therapy, and gender differences. Visit him online: Donald H. Baucom, Ph.D..
Dr. Baucom will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
247 Davie Hall
Dr. Daughters studies neural and behavioral determinants of substance use risk and treatment response, and the translation of this knowledge into the development and testing of novel treatments for substance use disorders. Visit her online: Biobehavioral Research on Addiction and Emotion [BRANE Lab].
Dr. Daughters will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Pederson Distinguished Professor | Co-Associate Chair
254 Davie Hall
Dr. Gil studies health psychology, chronic illness, acute and chronic pain, stress and coping, child and family therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Visit her online: Karen M. Gil, Ph.D..
Dr. Gil will not be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
262 Davie Hall
Dr. Hussong studies social and familial influences associated with adolescent substance abuse and comorbid disorders among high-risk youth. Visit her online: Developmental Risk and Resilience Lab.
Dr. Hussong will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Professor | Director of Research Services
267 Davie Hall
Dr. Jones studies the mental and physical health and well-being in the family context; the mechanisms by which families transmit risk and resilience; and, most recently, the development and enhancement of prevention and intervention programs to meet the unique needs of at-risk and under-served families. Visit her online: Deborah J. Jones, Ph.D..
Dr. Jones will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Associate Professor | Director of Diversity Initiatives
250 Davie Hall
Dr. Neblett studies racism and African-American youth mental health; racial ethnocultural and physiological protective mechanisms; and cultural adaptations of evidence-based treatments for racial and ethnic minority youth. Visit him online: Enrique W. Neblett, Jr., Ph.D..
Dr. Neblett will not be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Wagner-Martin Distinguished Professor
256 Davie Hall
Dr. Penn studies social cognition and treatment of schizophrenia. Visit him online: Penn Lab.
Dr. Penn will not be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Seters Distinguished Professor | Director of Graduate Studies
240 Davie Hall
Dr. Prinstein studies cognitive-interpersonal models of adolescent depression and self-injury/suicidality, peer influence, and adolescent risk behavior. Visit him online: Mitch Prinstein, Ph.D., ABPP.
Dr. Prinstein will not be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
248 Davie Hall
Dr. Sheridan studies the neural mechanisms through which adversity affects brain development and risk for externalizing disorders; diagnosis and treatment of attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorder in early childhood; and typical and atypical development of the prefrontal cortex. Visit her online: Child Imaging Research on Cognition and Life Experiences.
Dr. Sheridan will not be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
257 Davie Hall
Dr. Youngstrom studies bipolar disorder in children and adolescents; evidence-based approaches to assessment; and emotions in developmental psychopathology. Visit him online: Eric A. Youngstrom, Ph.D..
Dr. Youngstrom will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Founding Director of Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders
Dr. Bulik studies the treatment and genetics of eating disorders and body weight regulation. Visit her online: UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders.
Dr. Bulik will not be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Department of Psychiatry
Dr. Dichter studies neural mechanisms of core deficits and treatment response in autism spectrum disorders and affective disorders. Visit him online: Clinical Affective Neuroscience Laboratory.
Dr. Dichter will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Director of TEACCH Autism Program
Department of PSychiatry
Dr. Klinger studies childhood predictors of long-term outcomes in adults with autism spectrum disorder and the development of community-based intervention programs that promote successful adult outcomes. Visit her online: TEACCH Autism Program.
Dr. Klinger will be accepting a student to start Fall 2019.
Our Fixed-Term Faculty include Research and Clinical Professors who do not accept graduate students in the doctoral program, but offer essential contributions to the scholarly community at Carolina. Our Clinical Professors lead our Clinical Program Community Clinics and provide clinical supervision for graduate students.
Research Assistant Professor
259 Davie Hall
Dr. Miller studies neural mechanisms of the link between childhood adversity and risk for adolescent health risk behaviors, especially suicide. Visit him online: Miller Lab.
Clinical Professor | Director of Psychological Services
246 Davie Hall
Dr. Wise studies ethical and legal issues in clinical psychology; clinical training and supervision; and psychotherapy outcomes in training clinics.
Clinical Professor | Director of Child & Family Services | Director of Assessment
212 Finley Golf Course Road
Dr. Youngstrom studies evidence-based or empirically supported treatments; effectiveness research with children and adolescents; and transporting treatments into the community.
Adjunct Professor | Community Clinic
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Adjunct Assistant Professor | Forensic Services Unit
Central Regional Hospital