Guided by a developmental psychopathology perspective, in which the study of normal and abnormal populations serve to mutually inform one another, the MINT Program examines the complex interplay between psychological and socio-contextual aspects of mental health problems, and conducts interdisciplinary clinical research devoted to expanding the quality, scope, and accessibility of mental health care. To this end, our work investigates disordered, high-risk, and community populations, embracing a diversity of inquiry methods, ranging from randomized clinical experiments and quasi-experimental designs to nationally-representative epidemiological surveys, longitudinal designs, meta-analyses, and single-case designs.

We currently has active areas of funded research addressing four overlapping and intersecting domains of inquiry (for a complete list of MINT publications, click here).

For a complete list of publications from the MINT Program, click here.