Kelly Kim

Kelly Kim

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology
Insomnia and Sleep Health Research Laboratory
Faculty Advisor: Daniel Taylor

I am a Ph.D. student in the Clinical Psychology program.

Research Interests:

  • Using intensive longitudinal design and analyses
  • Sleep and circadian disturbances as transdiagnostic mechanisms in mental health disorders
  • The relationship between insomnia and depression in special populations (i.e., shift workers, athletes, emerging adults)
  • Adherence to, mechanisms of change in, and predictors of response in behavioral sleep medicine interventions. 

Selected Publications:

  • Kim, K. N., Emert, S., Huskey, A., & Taylor, D. J. (2022). Sleep and Mental Health in Athletes. Current Sleep Medicine Reports, 1-6.
  • Dietch, J. R., Douglas, M., & Kim, K. N. (2022). Implicit and Explicit Stigma of Chronotype in Emerging Adults. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 1-12.
  • Kim, K. N., Wardle-Pinkston, S., Taylor, D. J., & Grandner, M. A. (2020). Sleepless in the Desert. Advances in Cognitive Therapy, 21(2).


  • Kim, K. N., Taylor, D. J., Bramoweth, A., & Ruggero, C. (2022, November). Longitudinal and Mean Predictors of Outcomes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. Poster presented at ABCT 2022, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies’ 56th Annual Convention; New York City, NY.
  • Kim, K. N., Messman, B. A., Taylor, D. J., Kelly, K., Slavish, D. C., & Ruggero, C. J. (2022, June). Associations between Daily Sleep and Depression in Nurses: Does Measurement Matter? Poster presented at SLEEP 2022, the 36th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC (APSS); Charlotte, NC.
  • Kim, K. N. & Huskey, A. (2022, March). Sleep Predictors of Mental Health in College Student Athletes: Differences by Race and Ethnicity. Oral presentation at the Behavioral Sleep Medicine (BSM) Seminar; University of Arizona; Virtual.
  • Kim, K. N. (2022, February). Bidirectional Associations between Daily Negative Affect and Sleep: Does Measurement Matter? Oral presentation at the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) Sleep Special Interest Group (SIG); Virtual.

Courses Taught:

  • PSY 290A - Research Methods (2023)

*Year listed indicates when this individual last taught the specified course.


Updated: 03/28/23


  • B.S. Psychology and Creative Writing, Carnegie Mellon University