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Daniel KleinDistinguished ProfessorPsychologyCollege of Arts and Sciences
Daniel Klein’s research is in developmental psychopathology, particularly mood disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. It’s geared at understanding the nature, development, and causes of depression, including, identifying similarities and differences between depression at different stages of development (childhood, adolescence and adulthood) and between chronic and non-chronic forms of depression.
- PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo
- BA, Brandeis University
January 3, 2017Antidepressant side effects reported more by patients with co-occurring panic disorderEurekAlertRead ArticleJuly 15, 2015Even Mild Mental Health Problems In Children Can Cause Trouble LaterNPRRead ArticleJuly 19, 2015Why it's important to pay attention to your child's mental healthDeseretNews NationalRead ArticleJanuary 1, 2012Diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder Is Often FlawedScientific AmericanRead ArticleJuly 26, 2011When Gray Days Signal a ProblemWall Street JournalRead Article