Research Areas: Clinical Psychology PhD
Research Areas: Clinical Psychology
Area of Specialization: Adult Psychology
Advisor: Dr. Norah Feeny
Research Interests: My research interests include individual, interpersonal, and systemic mechanisms and predictors of response and dropout in treatments for traumatic stress related disorders. I am also interested in the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based treatments for PTSD and depression into low-resource community settings.
Selected Recent Publications and Presentations:
Curtiss, J.E., Levine, D.S., Baker, A.W., & Rosenbaum, J.F. (2021) Cognitive behavioral strategies to manage panic disorder. Psychiatric Annals, 51, 5.
Levine, D.S.+ & Horesh, D.+ (2020) Suicidality in fibromyalgia: A systematic review of the literature. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 972.
Curtiss, J.E., Levine, D.S., Ander, I.K., & Baker, A.W. (2020) Cognitive behavioral treatments for anxiety and stress-related disorders. FOCUS: The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry, 19(2), 184-189.
Levine, D.S., Bui, E., & Robinaugh, D.J. (2020, November). Advancing our understanding of complicated grief treatment by examining change in intra-individual symptom dynamics. Poster presented at the 54th Annual Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.
Levine, D.S., Bui, E., & Robinaugh, D.J. (2020, October). A symptomics approach to understanding complicated grief: Examining the impact of complicated grief treatment on intra-individual symptom dynamics. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Massachusetts General Hospital Clinical Research Day, Boston, MA.
Levine, D.S., Granski, M., & Javdani, S. (2019, June). Community violence and suicide risk among legal system-involved girls. Poster presented at the 17th Biennial Society for Community Research and Action Conference, Chicago, IL.
Levine, D.S., Granski, M., & Javdani, S. (2019, May). Community violence and suicide risk among legal system-involved girls. Poster presented at the 54th Annual New York University Undergraduate Research Conference, New York, NY.
+ = denotes shared first authorship