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Andrew Devendorf

Doctoral student, clinical psychology, University of South Florida

Andrew Devendorf, M.A., is a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at the University of South Florida. He works in the Mood and Emotion Lab and studies depression, suicide, and mental health stigma toward these conditions. His psychology research has been published in premier journals like Clinical Psychology Review, Perspectives on Psychological Science, and Clinical Psychological Science. His freelance work has appeared in the HuffPost, the Conversation, and APS Observer. Follow him on Twitter at @AndrewDevendorf.

Experience

  • –present
    Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Student, University of South Florida

Education

  •  
    University of South Florida, Pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
  • 2020 
    University of South Florida, M.A. in Clinical Psychology
  • 2016 
    DePaul University, B.A. in Psychology

Publications

  • 2021
    Daily Life Positive Events Predict Well-Being Among Depressed Adults 10 Years Later, Clinical Psychological Science
  • 2020
    Suicidal ideation in non-depressed individuals: The effects of a chronic, misunderstood illness, Journal of Health Psychology
  • 2020
    Is "me-search" a Kiss of Death in mental health research, Psychological Services
  • 2020
    Depression presentations, stigma, and mental health literacy: A critical review and YouTube content analysis, Clinical Psychology Review
  • 2019
    Optimal well-being after major depression, Clinical Psychological Science
  • 2018
    The curious neglect of high functioning after psychopathology: The case of depression, Perspectives on Psychological Science