Rowland Barrett, PhD

Full Time Lecturer

Psychology

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Liberal Arts 357

Education

1978University of PittsburghPhD

Teaching

  • Clinical psychology
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Developmental psychopathology

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

This course includes a review of the diagnoses, etiology, and treatment of individuals on the autism spectrum. This elective is for upper level psychology majors and related majors with the permission of the instructor.

Introduction to philosophies, theories and techniques of counseling, and demonstrations of various psychotherapeutic methods. This course is best taken in the spring of the junior year, so students have the option of taking PSY 407 and PSY 480 in sequence in the senior year.

Introduction to philosophies, theories and techniques of counseling, and demonstrations of various psychotherapeutic methods. This course is best taken in the spring of the junior year, so students have the option of taking PSY 407 and PSY 480 in sequence in the senior year.

Survey of advanced child psychopathology with emphasis on literature review and empirically supported treatments.

Research

Research Interests

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Self-injurious behavior

Select publications

  • Barrett, RP (2016).
    Autism spectrum disorder
    Ferri's Clinical Advisor, 15, 130-141.
  • Dickstein, D, et al (2013).
    Developmental meta analysis of the functional neurocorrelates of autism spectrum disorder
    Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 52, 279-289.
  • Barrett, RP (2008).
    Self-injurious behavior
    Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics: Evidence and Practice, 871-885.
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