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Judy Garber

Judy Garber, PhD

Dr. Garber is a developmental psychopathologist studying the etiology, course, treatment, and prevention of depression in children and adolescents. She investigates social-cognitive, environmental, biological, and interpersonal factors that contribute to the onset and maintenance of mood disorders. Currently, Dr. Garber is coordinating a multi-site study examining the effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral program for the prevention of depression in at-risk adolescents. She also has conducted two studies of the impact on children of depressed parents receiving treatment, and a six-year longitudinal study of the role of family, cognitions, stress, and coping in the development of depression during adolescence.





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