Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, Stanford University
Dr. Stephanie Rude's research interest centers primarily around the question, "What makes certain people vulnerable to becoming depressed?" Most of her work has focused on cognitive factors, biases in perception, interpretation, and memory that seem to characterize depression. Most recently she has been interested in emotion regulation (avoidance, suppression, rumination, emotional processing, mindful attention) and how it plays into depression vulnerability.
Maestas, K., Amidon, A., Baum, E., Chrisman, J., Durham, J., Rooney, S., Rude, S. & Swann, W. (2008). Partner Devaluation is Associated with Depression Symptoms among Depression-Vulnerable Women with Low Self-Esteem. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 27(6), 621–640.
Rude, S., Little, K. & Neff, K. (2007). Paying attention to distress: What's wrong with rumination?. Cognition & Emotion, 21(4), 843–864.
Neff, K., Kirkpatrick, K. & Rude, S. (2007). Self-compassion and adaptive psychological functioning. Journal of Research in Personality, 41, 139–154.
Neff, K., Rude, S. & Kirkpatrick, K. (2007). An examination of self-compassion in relation to positive psychological functioning and personality traits. Journal of Research in Personality, 41(4), 908–916.
|2017||Fall||EDP 383C: 26-Psychopathology|
|2017||Fall||EDP 384C: 24-Cog-Behav Therapy: Adults|
|2016||Fall||EDP 363: 5-Emotional & Behav Disorders|
|2016||Fall||EDP 383C: 26-Psychopathology|
|2016||Spring||EDP 363: 5-Emotional & Behav Disorders|
|2016||Spring||EDP 384C: 24-Cog-Behav Therapy: Adults|
|2015||Fall||EDP 363: 5-Emotional & Behav Disorders|
|2015||Fall||EDP 383C: 26-Psychopathology|
|2015||Spring||EDP 381: Cognitive Behavioral Therapies|
|2015||Spring||EDP 381: 15-Pract In Counseling: Phd|
|2014||Fall||EDP 363: 5-Emotional & Behav Disorders|
|2014||Fall||EDP 397: 1-Psychopathology|
|2014||Spring||EDP 381: Cognitive Behavioral Therapies|
|2014||Spring||EDP 381: 15-Pract In Counseling: Phd|