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About Jim A. Haugh

My research areas focus on etiology and treatment of depression, anxiety, and comorbid presentations of depression and anxiety. More specifically, recent investigations have include the utilization and effectiveness of guided bibliotherapy (self-help) to treat individuals with depressive and anxious symptoms, examining treatment preferences for depression and for individuals with cancer experiencing depressive symptoms, exploring stepped care models of treating subclinical and clinical depression, acceptability and attitudes toward stepped care models, and the influence of state mindfulness and social problem-solving on depressive symptoms.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Psychology, Rowan University College of Science & Mathematics
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Disciplines



Honors and Awards

  • 2016 Rowan University Teaching Wall of Fame

Education

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Postdoctoral, The University Of Michigan ‐ Clinical Psychology
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PhD, Saint Louis University ‐ Clinical Psychology
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MS, Saint Louis University ‐ Clinical Psychology
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BA, Baldwin Wallace College ‐ Psychology
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