Stephen P. Whiteside, Ph.D., L.P.
The research of Stephen P. Whiteside, Ph.D., L.P., focuses on child and adolescent anxiety disorders.
Dr. Whiteside's previous and ongoing projects include:
Significance to patient care
The research being conducted through the Pediatric Anxiety Disorders Clinic will provide answers about the benefits and costs of different treatments for childhood anxiety disorders and OCD.
This information will allow families and therapists to seek and deliver effective and efficient treatment, guide research developing shortened or self-directed interventions, and improve access to high-quality care.
Child and Family Medical Psychology
APA Accredited Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. Dissertation: Validation of the UPPS Impulsivity Scale: A Four Factor Model of Impulsivity. Advisor: Donald R. Lynam, Ph.D.
APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Internship in Pediatric Psychology
APA Accredited Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. Masters Thesis: Using Impulsive Behavior in Laboratory Tasks to Identify Psychopaths, Extraverts, and Introverts. Advisor: Donald R. Lynam, PhD.
Psychology. Honors Thesis: Categorization Process and Competing Categories. Advisor: Douglas Medin, Ph.D.
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