For Prospective Students

Decisions about taking a student are typically made in December. We are interested in students who are committed to sound research and clinical training and who envision a career that makes contributions to clinical science.

Our research focuses mainly on the cognitive causes, correlates, and origins of depression. Understanding anxiety-linked processes has also been the aim of some of our research. Within this broad category, we address a number of specific problems. A partial list of current research can be found on the Current Projects page. Examples of some recent and representative publications can be found on the Publications page.

Information about KU and Lawrence can be found on the Location page and information about current students can be found on our people page.

For more information, please contact Rick Ingram (reingram@ku.edu).


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