Jennifer Vohs, PhD, HSPP

Education
  • Undergraduate: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. December 2000
  • Graduate School: PhD in Psychology (major: Clinical Science; minor: Neuroscience), Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. October 2009
  • Internship: Predoctoral Clinical Internship in Primary Care Psychology: University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO. Completed June 30, 2010.
  • Fellowship: Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship in Integrated Primary Care: Salud Family Health Centers, Brighton, CO. Completed August 29, 2011.
Biography

Dr. Jenifer L. Vohs, Ph.D. is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at IU School of Medicine. She also serves as a clinical psychologist in the Changing Health Outcomes through Integrated Care Excellence (CHOICE) program at IU Health. In addition to being an ACT collaborator, Dr. Vohs is active in a number of ongoing research projects with the IU Psychotic Disorders Program and in collaboration with the MERIT Institute, founded by Dr. Paul Lysaker. Her research publications reflect the breadth of her work, ranging from topics such as metacognition and negative symptoms in patients with schizophrenia to electrophysiological abnormalities in both humans and rodent models of psychopathology. Dr. Vohs also provides mentorship for psychology graduate students, and teaches didactics for predoctoral psychology interns and medical students.

Research
Dr. Vohs is also active in a number of ongoing research projects with the IU Psychotic Disorders Program. Her research publications reflect the breadth of her interests and training, ranging from topics such as metacognition and negative symptoms in patients with schizophrenia to electrophysiological abnormalities in both humans and rodent models of psychopathology
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