Heidemarie Blumenthal | Department of Psychology

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Heidemarie Blumenthal

Associate Professor
TH 357

PhD: University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, 2012

Research Interests: Etiology of anxiety and problematic substance use; co-occurring anxiety and alcohol use among adolescents; developmental psychopathology. How significant facets of adolescence (e.g., puberty) relate to the onset/maintenance of anxiety psychopathology and drinking behaviors; advancing methodological rigor via a convergence of techniques (e.g., experimental psychopathology, multi-modal assessment).

Teen ST.A.R. Laboratory

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