Jeffrey Girard

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Summary

Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
Research Areas: Clinical Psychology.  I study how emotions are expressed through verbal and nonverbal behavior, as well as how interpersonal communication is infuluenced by individual differences (e.g., personality and mental health) and social factors (e.g., culture and context).  This work is deeply interdisciplinary and draws insights and tools from various areas of social science, computer science, statistics, and medicine.  Current research projects focus on identifying patterns of expressive behavior related to depression, PTSD, and psychosis.  

**Accepting graduate student(s) for Fall 2021 admission**

Education

Ph.D., Psychology (Clinical) University of Pittsburgh
M.S., Psychology (Clinical) University of Pittsburgh
B.A., Psychology (Clinical) University of Washington
 

 

Teaching

Teaching Interests
  • Statistics and Machine Learning
  • Data Science and Programming
  • Research Methods and Practices
  • Psychological and Clinical Assessment
  • Personality and Psychopathology
 
 
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Research

Research Interests
  • Emotion
  • Communication
  • Nonverbal Behavior
  • Affective Computing
  • Technology in Psychology 
 
 
 
 

 

Selected Publications

Selected Publications


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