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Jennifer J. Paul, PhD

Assistant Professor


Contact Info:
Email: Dr. Paul
 
Clinical/Research Interests:

Dr. Paul is interested in infant and early childhood assessment, child abuse and neglect, postpartum depression, parent-infant psychotherapy, and infant mental health consultation.​

University of Wisconsin-Madison  BA  1998

University of Connecticut  MA  2002
University of Connecticut  PhD  2005

Society of Clinical Psychology (APA Div. 12), 1998-2007

American Psychological Association, 1998-present

Connecticut Psychological Association, 1999-2006

Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health, 2008-present

Executive Committee (Treasurer), Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health, Denver, CO, 2010-present

Selected Publications:

Paul, J. J. & Cillessen, A. H. N. (2003). Dynamics of peer victimization in early adolescence: Results from a four-year longitudinal study. Journal of Applied School Psychology, 19(2), 25-43.

Paul, J. J. & Cillessen, A. H. N. (2003). Dynamics of peer victimization in early adolescence: Results from a four-year longitudinal study. In M. J. Elias & J. E. Zins (Eds.) Bullying, Peer Harassment, and Victimization in the Schools: The Next Generation of Prevention. New York; The Haworth Press, Inc.

Fein, D., Dixon, P., Paul, J.& Levin, H. (2005). Brief Report: Pervasive Developmental Disorder Can Evolve into ADHD: Case Illustrations. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders35(4), 525-534.

Kelley, E.Paul, J.Fein, D., & Naigles, L. R. (2006). Residual Language Deficits in Optimal Outcome Children with a History of Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 36(6), 807-828.

Ponce, A. N., Lorber, W., Paul, J. J.Esterlis, I., Barzvi, A., Allen, G. J., & Pescatello, L. S. (2008). Comparisons of Varying Dosages of Relaxation in a Corporate Setting: Effects of Stress Reduction. International Journal of Stress Management, 15(4), 396-407.