Sara O’Brien (Psychology) gave a presentation on April 7 at the annual Anxiety and Depression Association of America meeting in San Francisco, California. The title of the presentation was “Examination of Transdiagnostic Risk Factors in the Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders.” It was co-authored with Jeremy Schmidt ’17, and was based on studies conducted at Knox through O’Brien’s research lab and Schmidt’s McNair Scholars research project. The presentation was part of a symposium titled “Transdiagnostic Risk Factors for the Emotional Disorders: Examination of their Unique Informational Value for Understanding and Classifying Psychopathology,” that O’Brien co-chaired and that also included presenters from the University of Notre Dame, University at Buffalo SUNY, University of Utah, and Vanderbilt University.


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