Caroline Doyle

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Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology
Faculty Advisor: John Ruiz
  • B.A.
  • M.A.
Research Interests: 

My research interests consist of the interplay among sleep, stress, and cardiovascular disease, as well as the psychosocial moderators of these relationships. I have a particular interest in using ecologically valid methods of measurement and novel analysis techniques.

Selected Publications: 
PUBLICATIONS – Empirical Articles
Lawrence, A.V., Alkozei, A., Irgens, M.S., Acevedo-Molina, M.C., Brener S.A., Chandler, A.B., Chau, R.F., Doyle, C.Y.,… & O’Connor, M. (2020) Think Again: Adaptive Repetitive Thought as a Transdiagnostic Treatment for Individuals Predisposed to Repetitive Thinking Styles. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration (in press).
Doyle, C. Y., Flores, M., Dietch, J., Taylor, D. J., Ahn, C., Allison, M., Smith, T. W., Smyth, J., & Uchino, B. N., Ruiz, J. M. (2019) Associations between objective sleep and ambulatory blood pressure in a community sam
Leahey, T. M., Fava, J. L., Seiden, A., Fernandes, D., Doyle, C., Kent, K., ... & Wing, R. R. (2016). A randomized controlled trial testing an Internet delivered cost–benefit approach to weight loss maintenance. Preventive medicine, 92, 51-57.
Leahey, T. M., Doyle, C. Y., Xu, X., Bihuniak, J., & Wing, R. R. (2015). Social networks and social norms are associated with obesity treatment outcomes. Obesity, 23(8), 1550-1554.
Bloom, C.M., Post, R.J., Mazick, J., Blumenthal, B., Doyle, C., Peters, B., Dyche, J., & Davenport, D.G. (2013). A discriminated conditioned punishment model of phobia. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 9, 1239
Ruiz, J. M., Doyle, C. Y., Flores, M. A., Price, S. N. (2018). Gender and racial/ethnic differences in CVD risk: behavioral and psychosocial risk and resilience. In J. Mehta and J. McSweeney (Eds.), Gender Differences in the Pathogenesis and Management of Heart Disease. New York: Springer.
Ruiz, J.M., Steffen, P., Doyle, C. Y., Flores, M. A., Price, S. N (2018). Socioeconomic status and Health. In T. Revenson, R. Gerung (Eds.), Handbook of Health Psychology, 3rd edition. New York: Routledge.
McCaffery, J.M., & Doyle C.Y. (2016) Gene x environment interaction in obesity: The contribution of randomized, clinical trials. In Windle, M. (Ed.), Statistical Approaches to Gene-Environment Interactions for Complex Phenotypes (pp.117-146). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Courses Taught: 
  • Health Psychology (Online)
Research Program: