Lindsey Stone, Ph.D.
Brannen Hall 2039
Relationships in Adolescent Development/Race, Affect, & Discrimination Laboratory
Lindsey Stone earned her Bachelors of Arts & Science in Psychology and Religious Studies from the University of South Carolina in 2006, her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Binghamton University in 2013, completed a Psychology Residency at Alpert Medical School at Brown University in 2012-2013, and was a Post doctoral Research Fellow in Clinical Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine from 2013-2016.
Dr Stone’s research interests broadly include depression, anxiety, interpersonal mechanisms, emotion regulation, the impacts of trauma and discrimination; and extending research in these areas to marginalized and underserved populations. Her program of research examines the role of peer relationships for fostering risk for depression and anxiety in adolescents and emerging adults. At a micro-level Dr. Stone examines interpersonal processes through behavioral and psychophysiological assessments of dyadic interactions. On a macro-level, Dr. Stone examines the role of social network and societal factors (e.g., microaggressions/discrimination). Her recent work examines risk and resilience among marginalized populations.
Dr. Stone has clinical experience working in residential treatment facilities, partial hospitalization programs, inpatient and medical facilities, sexual health clinics, and outpatient therapy with adolescents and adults. Thus she especially enjoys teaching inclusive courses on psychopathology and psychotherapy, such as abnormal psychology with undergraduates, multicultural psychology and psychotherapy micro skills with graduates.
Last updated: 4/18/2023