Dominique White


Dominique is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Program at IUPUI. She earned a B.A. in Psychology from Boston College in 2010. As an undergraduate she served in Dr. Lisa Feldman-Barrett’s Interdisciplinary Affective Science Lab. With Dr. Feldman-Barrett, Dominique developed and conducted a psycho-visual experiment, using the results to draft her senior thesis. She presented her research on the influence of invisible affect on future judgments at the Association for Psychological Sciences convention in Boston in May 2010. The research and results from Dominique's senior thesis experiment are used in a publication (currently in press), which she co-authored. After graduating Dominique spent two years as a research assistant at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. Additionally, she worked as part of an ACT team for a program centered on individuals with dual diagnoses. Currently Dominique is interested in the appropriate implementation of evidence based practices as they relate to severe mental illness. She hopes to study how new and modified evidence based practices can better utilized to allow for wider dissemination and higher quality of life for individuals with a mental illness.

Severe Mental Illness, Implementation and Dissemination Studies, First Episode Psychosis
Student/Research Assistant