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Dara Goldyne, PhD - Fielding Graduate University. Santa Barbara, CA, US

Dara Goldyne, PhD Dara Goldyne, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - Clinical Psychology | Fielding Graduate University

Santa Barbara, CA, UNITED STATES

Critical thinking; psychological assessment; parent-infant mental health; psychoeducational evaluation; child abuse prevention and treatment

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Biography

Dara Goldyne, Ph.D. is a member of the adjunct faculty in the School of Psychology at Fielding Graduate University. She is a licensed psychologist in California (PSY 28343).

Industry Expertise (3)

Education/Learning Mental Health Care Research

Areas of Expertise (7)

Critical Thinking Research Methods Psychological Assessment Forensic Psychology Child/Adolescent Psychopathology Parenting Mindfulness in Psychotherapy

Education (2)

Fielding Graduate University: PhD, Clinical Psychology 2013

Pepperdine University: MA, Clinical Psychology 2007

Affiliations (2)

  • American Psychological Association : Member
  • Santa Barbara County Psychological Association (SBCPA) : Member

Event Appearances (4)

Premenstrual Distress and Frontal Alpha Asymmetry (with Elgavish, E., & Allen, J.J.)

(2004) Conference for Society for Psychophysiological Research  Santa Fe, NM

Stereotyping of Powerholders: The Consequences of Perceptions of Competence and Warmth (with Fast, N. & Levine, R.)

(2004) Annual Conference for Society of Personality and Social Psychology  Austin, TX

Detangling White Shame from White Guilt (with Barquissau, M., and Schmader, T.)

(2003) Conference for Western Psychological Association  Vancouver, B.C.

Premenstrual Distress and Frontal Alpha Asymmetry (with Elgavish, E., Dikman, Z., and Allen, J.J.)

(2003) Conference for Society for Psychophysiological Research  Chicago, IL

Articles (4)

Parenting and acculturation stress among Latino immigrants: Does perceived spousal support moderate the effects on parenting self-efficacy? Fielding Graduate University

(2013) Latino immigrant parents of young children experience a unique range of stressors. While becoming accustomed to a new set of cultural standards, they are simultaneously impacted by novel values regarding childrearing. There may also be fragmentation of the ...

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Premenstrual Distress and Frontal Alpha EEG Asymmetry Poster presented at conference for Society for Psychophysiological Research

(2004) Trait and state frontal EEG asymmetry were assessed in healthy college women as a function of menstrual phase, to determine whether resting or state-elicited changes in asymmetry differentiate women high versus low in menstrual-related distress...

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Does Frontal EEG Asymmetry Moderate or Mediate Responses to the International Affective Picture System (IAPS)? Poster presented at conference for Society for Psychophysiological Research

(2003) Trait frontal EEG asymmetry often predicts subsequent emotional responding, and state-related change in frontal EEG asymmetry is often observed as a function of emotional responses...

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The Power of Persuasion: How We're Bought and Sold (2003) The Power of Persuasion: How We're Bought and Sold

Halpern, D. (maiden name) & Levine, R.

Testbank to accompany: Levine, Robert.
Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons.

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