Dodd Lab

Primary Research Focus

Dr. Dorian Dodd’s research program focuses primarily on the co-occurrence of eating disorders with both suicidal and nonsuicidal self-harming behaviors.

Consistent with this focus, she uses a transdiagnostic perspective to examine a wide range of unique and shared factors promoting the onset or persistence of these domains of psychopathology, such as interpersonal problems, perfectionism, interoceptive deficits and traumatic experiences.

Dr. Dodd values a multi-method approach to psychological science and incorporates a range of both subjective and objective assessment techniques into her research, such as traditional retrospective recall questionnaires, clinical interviews, ecological momentary assessment, peripheral psychophysiology assessments and neurocognitive task-based assessments.

Primary Research Group

Behavioral Science

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