AMY C. LYUBCHIK
Assistant Professor of Psychology (2002)
Department of Psychology
B.A., Clark University; 1990
M.A., University of Rochester; 1993
Ph. D., University of Rochester; 1998
Post-doctoral work at Harvard Medical School from 1998-2000
Sample of Courses Taught
Undergraduate: Clinical Psychology, Psychology of Personality, Developmental Themes in Children’s Literature
Graduate: Systems Interventions with Children Psychology of Personality Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment of Children Family and Group Counseling
Sample of Publications
Lyons-Ruth, K., Wolfe, R., LYUBCHIK, A., & Steingard, R. (2002). Depressive symptoms in parents of children under age 3: Sociodemographic predictors, current correlates, and associated parenting behaviors. In N. Halfon & K. Taaffe McLearn (Eds.), Child rearing in America: Challenges facing parents with young children. (pp. 217-259). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Lyons-Ruth, K., LYUBCHIK, A., Wolfe, R., & Bronfman, E. (2002). Parental depression and child attachment: Hostile and helpless profiles of parent and child behavior among families at risk. In S. H. Goodman & I. H. Gotlib (Eds.), Children of depressed parents: Mechanisms of risk and implications for treatment. (pp. 89-120). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Lyons-Ruth K., Wolfe R., & LYUBCHIK, A. (2000). Depression and the parenting of young children: Making the case for early preventive mental health services. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 8, pp. 148-15.3.