Lori N Scott, PhD
Education & Training
- Scott LN, Wright AGC, Beeney JE, Lazarus SA, Pilkonis PA, Stepp SD. Borderline personality disorder symptoms and aggression: A within-person process model. J Abnorm Psychol. 2017;126(4):429-440.
- Scott LN, Zalewski M, Beeney JE, Jones NP, Stepp SD. Pupillary and affective responses to maternal feedback and the development of borderline personality disorder symptoms. Dev Psychopathol. 2017;29(3):1089-1104.
- Scott LN, Pilkonis PA, Hipwell AE, Keenan K, Stepp SD. Non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal ideation as predictors of suicide attempts in adolescent girls: a multi-wave prospective study. Compr Psychiatry. 2015;58:1-10.
- Scott LN, Stepp SD, Pilkonis PA. Prospective associations between features of borderline personality disorder, emotion dysregulation, and aggression. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment. 2014;5(3):278-288.
- Scott LN, Levy KN, Granger DA. Biobehavioral reactivity to social evaluative stress in women with borderline personality disorder. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment. 2013;4(2):91-100.
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Department Welcomes Lori Scott, PhD to Faculty
The Department of Psychiatry is pleased to welcome Lori Scott, PhD to its faculty as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Dr. Scott is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University where she earned a Master?s degree (2007) and a doctorate degree (2011) in Clinical Psychology. She first became interested in the study of emotion dysregulation, aggression, and borderline personality disorder as a student at Penn State...