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Christine Anne Lee
University of Kentucky
0004 Kastle Hall
Lexington, KY 40506
Email: [email protected]
EDUCATION
Anticipated 2019
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
University of Kentucky; Lexington, KY
Current GPA: 4.00/4.00
April 2015
M.S. in Clinical Psychology
University of Kentucky; Lexington, KY
Thesis: Moderated mediation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder (ADHD) symptoms and peer relations.
Chair: Richard Milich, Ph.D
GPA: 4.00/4.00
June 2012
B.A. in Psychology
Northwestern University; Evanston, IL
Minor in Chinese Language and Culture
Cum laude
Thesis: Comparison of acculturation and parenting style on
behavioral inhibition in European American and Chinese American
toddlers.
Advisors: Karl S. Rosengren, Ph.D
Sarah C. Mangelsdorf, Ph.D.
GPA: 3.75/4.00
Study Abroad: Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Summer 2010
GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND OTHER FUNDING
Florida International University
2015
Honorarium, Center for Children and Families
University of Kentucky
2015-2016
Research Assistant, Mediators of social impairment in children with
ADHD
2013–present
Research Assistant, Center for Drug Abuse Research Translation
2012–2015
Recipient, Graduate School Multi-Year Fellowship
2012–2015
Recipient, Daniel R. Reedy Quality Achievement Award
Northwestern University
2011
Recipient, Undergraduate Research Grant
2011
Recipient, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences Summer Research
Grant
2008–2012
2008
Recipient, Lola and William Duff Scholarship
Recipient, National Merit Scholarship
HONORS AND AWARDS
University of Kentucky
2016
Recipient, Second Place Award Winner for Kentucky Psychological
Association Spring Academic Conference Graduate Student Posters
2015
Recipient, Society for Prevention Research 2015 Minority Travel Award
2015
Recipient, Mixson Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award
Northwestern University
2012
Recipient, Asian American Psychological Association Division of
Students Undergraduate Research Award
2008–2012
Recipient, Dean’s List
CLINCAL EXPERIENCE
August 2016- present
Individual Therapist
Heather Risk, PsyD & Associates, PLLC
Supervisor: Heather Risk. PsyD
Provided trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy for children
and adults in private practice setting.
June-August 2016
Lead Counselor
Camp STAR
Highland Park, IL
Supervisors: Kristine Kent, Ph.D
Andrea Chronis-Tuscano, Ph.D
Provided intensive behavioral therapy in Summer Treatment
Program setting for fifteen 10-13 year old children with ADHD,
supervised undergraduate counselors, assisted with parent
training.
April 2016
Assessment trainee
The Lexington School
Supervisor: Mary Beth McGavran, Ph.D
Administer academic assessments to elementary and middle school
children in a special education program.
October 2015-present
Practicum Student
Good Samaritan Hospital Adolescent Inpatient Unit
Supervisor: Michelle M. Martel, Ph.D
Provide short term individual therapy, crisis management, and
group therapy based on adolescent DBT.
August 2015
Adventure Camp Counselor
Advanced Therapeutic Solutions
600 W 22nd Street, Suit 250, Oak Brook, IL
Supervisors: Carmen Lynas, Ph.D
Andrea Brandon, Psy.D
Theresa Gabby, LCSW
Implemented techniques from Parent Child Interaction TherapySelective Mutism, exposure therapy, and behavior therapy during
an intensive treatment program for children with selective mutism.
July 2014-July 2015
Therapy Groups Coordinator
Jesse G. Harris Jr. Psychological Services Center
Implemented Managing Frustration Group for Children,
conducted phone screeners and initial appointments for clients,
provided information to parents, mentored undergraduate clinic
assistants, oversaw therapy groups, and headed Diversity Task
Force.
April 2014- Present
Assessment Trainee
Jesse G. Harris Jr. Psychological Services Center
Supervisors: Michelle M. Martel, Ph.D
David T.R. Berry, Ph.D
David Susman, Ph.D
Greg Smith, Ph.D
Conduct Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and learning
disorder evaluations for adults and children, observe and write
reports for Lexington Fire Department pre-employment
screenings.
January 2014- April 2015
Group Therapist
Jesse G. Harris Jr. Psychological Services Center
Supervisors: Mary Beth McGavran, Ph.D
Michelle M. Martel, Ph.D.
Co-led child Social Skills Training group and Managing
Frustration Group for Children.
August 2013– Present
Individual Therapist
Jesse G. Harris Jr. Psychological Services Center
Supervisors: Mary Beth McGavran, Ph.D.
Lindsey Jasinski, Ph.D.
Therapist for individual adult and child clients using cognitivebehavioral and mindfulness techniques.
July 2013– June 2014
Assessment Trainee
Amend Psychological Services
Supervisor: Edward R. Amend, Psy.D
Completed cognitive and academic assessments for children in
Lexington and Appalachia, provided therapy for child client.
PUBLICATIONS
Published:
Brown, C.S. & Lee, C.A. (2014). Impressions of immigration: Comparisons between
immigrant and non-immigrant children’s immigration beliefs. Analyses of Social Issues
and Public Policy, 15, 160-176. doi: 10.1111/asap.12067
Martel, M.M., Levinson, C.A., Lee, C.A., & Smith, T.E. (2016). Impulsivity as
core to the developmental externalizing spectrum. Journal of Abnormal Child
Psychology. doi: 10.1007/s10802-016-0148-6
Smith, T.E., Lee, C.A., Martel, M.M., & Axelrad M.E. (2016). ODD symptom network
during preschool. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. doi: 10.1007/s10802
-016-0196-y
Under Review:
Gremillion, M.L., Lee, C.A., & Martel, M.M. (under review). Reactive control and callousunemotional traits mediate the longitudinal association between ADHD and conduct
problems in preschoolers.
Lee, C.A., Derefinko, K.J., Milich, R., Lynam, D., & DeWall, C.N. (under review).
Longitudinal and reciprocal relations between delay discounting and crime.
Lee, C.A., Smith, T., & Martel, M.M. (under review). The trait network of Oppositional
Defiant Disorder and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder between preschool
and middle childhood.
Lee, C.A., Milich, R., Lorch, E., Evans, S.W., Flory, K., Owens, J.S., & Van Horn, L.
(under review). Emotion dysregulation mediates between attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder and social outcomes.
Martel, M.M., Smith, T., & Lee, C.A. (under review). Personality development and
externalizing psychopathology. In R. Shiner, J. Tackett, & D. McAdams (Eds.),
Handbook of Personality Development.
Lee, C.A. & Milich, R. (under review). Separating the “pseudo” from the “science”: An
examination of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder myths and controversies.
In S. Hupp (Ed.), Pseudoscience in child and adolescent psychotherapy.
Lee, C.A., Derefinko, K.J., Davis, H.A., Milich, R., & Lynam, D.R. (under review).
Cross-lagged relations between motives and substance use: Can use strengthen
your motivation over time?
In Preparation:
Lee C.A., Milich, R., Lorch, E., Evans, S.W., Flory, K., Owens, J.S., Van Horn, L. (in
preparation). Negative social behaviors as mediators between ADHD symptoms
and social outcomes.
Lee, C.A., Milich, R., Derefinko, K.J., & Lynam, D. (in preparation). Emotion
dysregulation predicting ADHD symptoms in a college sample.
Lee, C.A., Derefinko, K.J., Milich, R., & Lynam, D.R. (in preparation). Longitudinal
analysis of ADHD symptoms, lab tasks, and substance use in a college sample.
Adams, Z.W., Lee, C.A., Derefinko, K.J., Milich, R., & Lynam, D.R. (in preparation).
Longitudinal relations among impulsivity and externalizing.
PRESENTATIONS
Meffert, B., Lee, C.A., Milich, R., & Lorch, E. (2016, April). Do depressive symptoms
moderate emotion dysregulation and teacher-reported ADHD symptoms? Poster
presented at Showcase of Undergraduate Scholars, Lexington, KY.
Goh, J.S., Lee, C.A., Milich, R., & Lorch, E. (2016, April). Deficits in story
Comprehension as a mediator of ADHD and social status. Poster presented at the
National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Asheville, North Carolina.
Su, L., Wang, C., Lee, C., Milich, R., & Lynam, D. (2016, February). The Bayesian
method for confounding adjustment as applied to personality and substance use
data to estimate average causal effect. Poster presented at Alpha Omega Alpha
Groves Memorial MD/PhD Student Research Symposium, Lexington, KY.
Lee, C.A., Milich, R., Lorch, E., Evans, S.W., Flory, K., Owens, J.S., & Van Horn, L.
(2015, November). Story comprehension as a mediator between ADHD symptoms
and social functioning. Talk presented at the Association for Behavior and
Cognitive Therapies: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Special Interest
Group, Chicago, IL.
Lee, C.A., Milich, R., Lorch, E., Evans, S.W., Flory, K., Owens, J.S., & Van Horn, L.
(2015, July). Negative social behaviors as mediators between ADHD symptoms
and social outcomes. Poster presented at the International Society for Research on
Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Portland, OR.
Lee, C.A., Milich, R., Derefinko, K., & Lynam, D. (2015, July). Emotion dysregulation
predicting ADHD symptoms in a college sample. Poster presented at the
International Society for Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology,
Portland, OR.
Lee, C.A., Martel, M.M., Derefinko, K., Milich, R., & Lynam, D. (2015, May).
Longitudinal Analysis of ADHD symptoms, impulsivity, and substance use in a
college sample. Poster presented at the Society for Prevention Research,
Washington D.C.
Lee, C.A., Odom, J., Milich, R., Lorch, E., Evans, S.W., Flory, K., …Van
Horn, L. (2015, March). Moderation of ADHD Subtype Symptoms and Peer
Rejection by Anxiety. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child
Development, Philadelphia, PA.
Lee, C.A., Milich, R., Lorch, E., Evans, S.W., Flory, K., Owens, J.S., & Van Horn, L. (2015,
February). Cross-Informant Reports of Children's Social Competence. Poster presented
at Niagara in Miami Conference on Evidence-Based Approaches for Child and
Adolescent Mental Health, Miami, FL.
Doran, M.M., Lee, C.A., Boyd-Hayden, A., Van Neste, J., Lorch, E.P., Milich, R., . . .Van
Horn, L. (2014, May). Goal comprehension as a mediator between ADHD symptoms
and social functioning. Poster presented at Midwestern Psychological Association,
Chicago, IL.
Poore, H.E., Lee, C.A., Van Neste, J., Holt, N., Milich, R., Lorch, E., . . .Van Horn, L. (2014,
May). Emotional understanding as a mediator of ADHD symptoms and social
functioning. Poster presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Lee, C.A., Milich, R., Lorch, E., Evans, S.W., Flory, K., Owen, J.S., & Van Horn, L. (2013,
November). Cross-situational reliability and validity of observed emotion dysregulation.
Poster presented at the Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapies:
Special Interest Group Exposition, Nashville, TN.
Walco, D., French, J., Tumuluru, S., Bruton, C., Brailas, N., Lee, C., . . .Rosengren, K. (2012,
June). Stability of grasping errors over a two-month time period. Poster
presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Minneapolis, MN.
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
May 2013–present
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Graduate Research Assistant (Clinical)
Supervisors: Richard Milich, Ph.D., Karen J. Derefinko, Ph.D.
Examine differing risk factors for substance abuse using
longitudinal data from a college population.
August 2012–present
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Graduate Research Assistant (Clinical)
Supervisors: Richard Milich, Ph.D.
Elizabeth P. Lorch, Ph.D.
Study predictors of peer relations for children with ADHD
across situations, reporters, and methods, with a
focus on emotion dysregulation. Created global coding system for
social behaviors displayed during a playgroup. Analyzed
children’s narrative comprehension.
Jan. 2011–Jun. 2012
Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Developmental)
Advisor: Karl S. Rosengren, Ph.D.
Researched young children’s action error behaviors to study
inhibitory control in 8-30 month-old children.
Designed and conducted independent honors thesis comparing
parenting style and behavioral inhibition between Chinese
American and European American toddlers.
Jan. 2011– Jun. 2011
Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Clinical)
Advisor: Robin Nusslock, Ph.D.
Investigated how bipolar patients reacted to reward-related stimuli
using neuroimaging and EEG, worked with ERP data using
Neuroscan.
Jan. 2010 – Dec. 2010
Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Clinical)
Advisor: C. Emily Durbin, Ph.D.
Explored effect of parental psychopathology on parent and child
affect and examined the structure of intraindividual variability in
affect.
TEACHING/MENTORING EXPERIENCE
Teaching Experience:
2017
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Teaching Assistant for Graduate Personality Assessment course
2016
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Teaching Assistant for Graduate Assessment course
2015
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Guest Lecturer for Undergraduate Abnormal Psychology Course
2015, 2016
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Guest Lecturer for Undergraduate Child Psychopathology Course
2015
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Guest Lecturer for Undergraduate Field/Community Based Education
Course
2014
Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky
Guest Lecturer for Undergraduate Research Methods Course
Mentoring Experience:
Holly Poore
Madeline Doran
Jaye Odom
Angelia Davis
Joelene Goh
Brienna Meffert
Kellan Coffey
(2013 – 2014)
(2013 – 2014)
(2014 – 2015)
(2015)
(2015 – 2016)
(2015-2016)
(2016-present)
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Joined 2016
Joined 2015
Joined 2014
Joined 2013
Joined 2013
Joined 2012
2012-2013
Joined 2012
Association for Psychological Science
Society for Prevention Research
Kentucky Psychological Association
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Division 53
Society for Research in Child Development
Society for the Psychology of Women, Division 35
Asian American Psychological Association
MEMBERSHIP AND PARTICIPATION IN SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS
2016-2017
2016
2015-present
2015
2014-2015
2014
2014
2014 – 2016
Graduate Student Executive Committee Member
Provided feedback and suggestions to department chair on behalf of
clinical students.
Judge, Undergraduate Psych Bowl competition at Kentucky
Psychological Association Spring Academic Conference
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Assessment
Graduate Student Colloquium Committee member
Organized outside speaker for psychology department colloquium.
Clinical Graduate Student Representative
Attended psychology department faculty meetings as graduate student
liaison.
Reviewer, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies AttentionDeficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Special Interest Group
Reviewed abstracts for 2014 meeting.
Moderator, National Conference on Undergraduate Research
Member, Diversity Task Force
Wrote section about spirituality, edited all sections and assembled into
final manual to be distributed to graduate students.
SKILLS
Language: 5 years of Mandarin Chinese (conversational)
Standardized Testing:
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2
NEO Personality Inventory-Revised
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Fourth Edition
Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fourth Edition
Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth Edition
Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement-Third Edition
Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement-Fourth Edition
Technical:
MAC and PC operating systems
MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Online data collection (Qualtrics, RedCap)
Statistical Analysis (Mplus, SPSS, AMOS)
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