Our Current Studies

The studies we conduct at the CBT and Science Center address a range of topics and usually involve testing hypotheses using de-identified data that are collected as part of routine clinical care or as part of our professional trainings. In addition to working on these studies, we collaborate on projects with collaborators outside our Center.

Our current study questions include:

How Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Affect Emotional and Psychophysiological Functioning?

Does Using a Form to Collect Feedback from the Patient after Every Session Improve Therapy Outcome?

What is the Relationship Between Changes in Social Support, Social Strain, Health Behaviors, and Symptoms During Therapy?

What are the Predictors of an Uncollaborative Termination?

How Might the Relationship Between Early Response and Depression Remission Differ in Naturalistic and Standardized Cognitive Therapy?