Joseph E Beeney, PhD
Education & Training
- Beeney JE, Forbes EE, Hipwell AE, Nance M, Mattia A, Lawless JM, Banihashemi L, & Stepp SD. Determining the key childhood and adolescent risk factors for future BPD using regularized regression: comparison to depression and conduct disorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. In Press.
- Beeney JE, Hallquist MN, Scott LN, Ringwald WR, Stepp SD, Lazarus SA, Wright AGC, Mattia & Pilkonis PA. The emotional bank account and the four horsemen of the apocalypse in romantic relationships of people with borderline personality disorder: a dyadic observational study. Clinical Psychological Science. 2019 Sept 1; 7(5): 1063-1077.
- Beeney, JE, Hallquist, MN, Clifton, AD, Lazarus, SA & Pilkonis, PA. Social disadvantage and BPD: a study of social networks. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research & Treatment. 2018; 9(1), 62-72.
- Beeney JE, Wright AGC, Stepp SD, Hallquist MN, Lazarus SA, Beeney JRS, Scott, LN & Pilkonis, PA. Disorganized Attachment and Personality Functioning in Adults: A Latent Class Analysis. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment. 2016.
- Beeney JE, Stepp SD, Hallquist MN, Scott LN, Wright AGC, Ellison WD, et al. Attachment and social cognition in borderline personality disorder: Specificity in relation to antisocial and avoidant personality disorders. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment. 2015;6(3):20715.
Now in Psychological Medicine: Respiratory Sinus Arrythmia Reactivity to Parent-Child Conflict Linked to Emotion Dysregulation in Youth
Pitt Psychiatry investigators including Amy Byrd, PhD (Assistant Professor of Psychiatry), Vera Vine, PhD (postdoctoral fellow), Joseph Beeney, PhD (Assistant Professor of Psychiatry), Lori Scott, PhD (Assistant Professor of Psychiatry), J. Richard Jennings, PhD (Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Clinical and Translational Science), and Stephanie Stepp, PhD (Associate Professor of Psychiatry and...
Pitt Psychiatry Investigators Study Affective Dynamics Across Internalizing and Externalizing Dimensions of Psychopathology
Dysregulated affective dynamics (i.e., how emotions ebb and flow over time) have most often been studied among people with a given disorder compared to an unaffected control group. However, this approach has yielded inconsistent findings because many emotional states are seen across multiple psychopathologies. In fact, research has shown that psychiatric disorders are organized by evidence of internalizing (e.g...
The Department of Psychiatry’s 19th Annual Research Day: A Day to Teach, Learn and Be Inspired
The 19th annual Department of Psychiatry Research Day on June 13, 2019 was our biggest yet! For the 505 faculty, postdoctoral students, residents, graduate students and staff who attended, the morning poster session and afternoon program offered a stimulating day of research and career development that was equal parts enlightenment, inspiration, fun and, at times, surprise. The morning session featured 140 posters...
Department of Psychiatry Welcomes Talented New Researchers to Its Faculty
The Department of Psychiatry is well known as a leader in research examining the causes of mental health disorders and the development of innovative diagnostic and treatment methods to improve the lives of people living with these disorders. The recent appointment of four new research faculty has contributed to that reputation in the field and expanded the Department's research activities focusing on the brain and...