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                          CATHERINE EMILY DURBIN
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Address:         Department of Psychology
                 2029 Sheridan Road, Room 102
                 Northwestern University
                 Evanston, IL 60208

E-mail:          edurbin@northwestern.edu

Telephone:       (847) 467-3313 (work)
                 (847) 491-6722 (home)
                 (612) 703-4249 (cell)


POSITIONS

2002 - present          Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Northwestern
                        University

2003 – present          Kovler Scholar of The Family Institute, Northwestern University


EDUCATION

2002             Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, State University of New York at Stony
                 Brook

2001             Clinical Internship, Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology

1999             M.A., State University of New York at Stony Brook

1996             B.S., University of Evansville, summa cum laude


CLINICAL TRAINING
2001 – 2002    Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Intern, Boston Veterans
               Administration Medical Center,

1997 – 2001             Therapist, The Psychological Center of the State University of
                        New York at Stony Brook

1998 – 2001             Psychoeducational tester, Three Village School District


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2000                 Therapist, University Counseling Center, State University of New
                     York at Stony Brook

1998                 Therapist, Couples Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Binge-
                     Eating Disorder, Outcome study for the Department of Psychiatry,
                     SUNY at Stony Brook

1996 – 1998          Clinical assessor, The Bristol-Meyers Squibb Study of the
                     Treatment of Chronic Depression


ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS

2000          Departmental Award for Excellence in Research, Department of
              Psychology, State University of New York at Stony Brook

1996 – 2001   Graduate Council Fellowship, State University of New York at Stony
              Brook

1994 – 1996   University of Evansville Academy of Arts and Sciences Student Fellow

1992 – 1996   University of Evansville Honors Program


RESEARCH AND TRAVEL GRANTS AWARDED

2003 Co-Investigator (PI: Daniel N. Klein). “Temperamental Low PE in Preschoolers
     and Depression Risk”. NIMH R01MH069942-01A1; 7/04-3/09.

1998 Health Emotions Research Institute Travel Award Recipient, $350

1996 University of Evansville, EXCEL Undergraduate Research Travel Award, $1250

1995 University of Evansville EXCEL Undergraduate Research Travel Award, $1250.

1995 University of Evansville EXCEL Undergraduate Research Award, $1500.
     “Psychological Health-Sickness and Symptomatic Recovery in Psychotherapy”.

1994 University of Evansville EXCEL Undergraduate Research Award, $500.
     “Alcohol Expectancies and Problematic Drinking”.


GRANTS SUBMITTED

7/2004        “Developmental psychopathology of internalizing disorders: A



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               temperamental model of risk and competence”. Proposal submitted to The
               W.T. Grant Foundation.

5/2004         “The additive and interactive effects of parental mood disorders and
               parental marital conflict on risk for depression in young children”.
               Proposal submitted to the Anne P. Lederer Foundation.


ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, AND MANUSCRIPTS

Durbin, C.E. & Klein, D.N.. (in press). 10-year stability of personality disorders among
outpatients with mood disorders. Journal of Abnormal Psychology.

Hayden, E.P., Klein, D.N. , Durbin, C.E., & Olino, T.M. (in press). Low positive
emotionality at age three predicts depressotypic cognitions in seven-year-old children.
Development and Psychopathology.

Durbin, C.E., Klein, D.N., Hayden, E.P., Buckley, M.E., & Moerk, K.C. (2005).
Temperamental emotionality in preschoolers and parental mood disorders. Journal of
Abnormal Psychology, 114, 28-37.

Hayden, E.P., Klein, D.N., & Durbin, C.E. (2005). Parent reports and laboratory
assessments of child temperament: A comparison of A comparison of their associations
with risk for depression and externalizing disorders. Journal of Psychopathology and
Behavior Assessment, 27, 89-100.

Shankman, S.A., Tenke, C.E., Bruder, G.E., Durbin, C.E., Hayden, E.P., & Klein, D.N.
(2005). Low positive emotionality as a risk marker for depression in young children:
Association with EEG asymmetry. Development and Psychopathology, 17, 85-98.

Olino, T.M., Klein, D.N., Durbin, C.E., Hayden, E.P., & Buckley, M.E. (2005). The
structure of extraversion in preschool aged children. Personality and Individual
Differences, 39, 481-492.


Lewinsohn, P.M., Klein, D.N., Durbin, C.E., Seeley, J.R., & Rohde, P. (2003). Family
study of subthreshold depressive symptoms: Risk factor for MDD? Journal of Affective
Disorders, 77, 149-157.

Buckley, M.E., Klein, D.N., Durbin, C. E., Hayden, E.P., & Moerk, K. C. (2002).
Development and validation of a q-sort procedure to assess temperament and behavior in
preschool-age children. Journal of Child Clinical and Adolescent Psychology, 31(4),
525-539.




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Klein, D.N., Durbin, C.E., Shankman, S., & Santiago, N. (2002). “Depression and
personality”. In I.H. Gotlib & C.L. Hammen (Eds.), Handbook of depression (p.115-
140). New York: Guilford Press.

Klein, D.N., Lewinsohn, P., Rohde, P., Seeley, J, & Durbin, C.E. (2002). Clinical
features of major depressive disorder in adolescents and their relatives: Impact on
familial aggregation, implications for phenotype definition, and specificity of
transmission. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 111(1), 98-106.

Durbin, C.E., Klein, D.N., & Schwartz, J.E. (2000). Predicting the 2 ½-year outcome of
dysthymic disorder: The Roles of childhood adversity and family history of
psychopathology. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 68(1), 57-63.


PAPERS AND POSTERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

Durbin, C.E. “Developmental psychopathology of temperamental risk”. Invited paper
presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago,
IL. May 5, 2005.

Laptook, R.S., Olino, T.M., Dougherty, L.R., Klein, D.N., Buckley, M.E., Durbin, C.E.,
& Hayden, E.P. “Validation of a laboratory assessment of temperament and behavior in
preschool-age children”. Poster presented at the 2005 Biennial meeting of the Society for
Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA. April 8, 2005.

Olino, T.M., Klein, D.N., Durbin, C.E., & Hayden, E.P. “Structure of positive affect in
preschool aged children”. Poster presented at the 2005 Biennial meeting of the Society
for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2005.

Skidmore, W.C., Durbin, C.E., Rapp, D.N., & Mineka, S. “Evidence for an interpretive
bias in depression”. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American
Psychological Society, Chicago, IL. May 29, 2004.

Olino, T.M., Durbin, C.E., Hayden, E.P., Wang, Q., & Klein, D.N. “Emotion recognition
and affect in children”. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for
Research in Child Development, Tampa, FL, April 24-27, 2003.

Shankman, S.A., Tenke, C.E., Bruder, G.E., Durbin, C.E., Hayden, E.P., Buckley, M.E.,
& Klein, D.N. “The relationship between EEG asymmetry and positive emotionality in
young children”. Poster presented at the 17th annual meeting of the Society for Research
in Psychopathology, San Francisco, CA, Sept. 26 -29, 2002.

Hayden, E.P., Durbin, C.E., Buckley, M.E., & Klein, D.N. “Convergent validity between
parent report and laboratory measures of temperament.” Poster presented at the 12th
annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Miami Beach, June 8-11, 2000.




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Buckley, M.E., Durbin, C.E., Hayden, E.P., & Klein, D.N. “Development and validation
of a Q-sort procedure to assess personality and adjustment in preschoolers.” Poster
presented at the 12th annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Miami
Beach, June 8-11, 2000.

Durbin, C.E. & Klein, D.N. “Stability of personality disorders in a 60-month follow-up
study”. Poster presented at the14th annual meeting of the Society for Research in
Psychopathology, Montreal, Nov. 18-21, 1999.

Durbin, C.E., & Klein, D.N. “Early home environment factors and family history of
psychopathology as predictors of course in dysthymic disorder”. Poster presented at the
13th annual meeting of the Society for Research in Psychopathology, Cambridge, MA,
Nov. 15, 1998.

Durbin, C.E., Kopta, S.M., & Howard, K.I. “Differential responsiveness to
psychotherapy: The effect of level of Psychological Health Sickness on symptomatic
recovery”. Paper presented at the meeting of The Society for Psychotherapy Research,
Amelia Island, Florida, June, 1996.

Durbin, C.E., Meade, M.A., & Brown, D.A. “Alcohol expectancies, stress, and drinking
to cope: Problematic drinking in a college sample”. Poster presented at the 7th annual
meeting of the American Psychological Society. New York City, June, 1995.


SERVICE
Ad hoc reviewing
Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Psychological Science
Journal of Personality
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Emotion

Affiliations
American Psychology Society
American Psychological Association
Society for Research in Child Development

Professional/Departmental Service

2003-4        Undergraduate Excellence Committee, Northwestern University

2001          Curriculum Committee, Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology

2000          Search Committee, Director of The Psychological Center Search.
              Department of Psychology, SUNY at Stony Brook




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2000           Supervision of undergraduate research thesis: Darcy, K. “Gender
               differences in temperament traits assessed via laboratory methods”.
               SUNY at Stony Brook Honors Program

1998 – 2000    Clinical Area Brown Bag Committee, Department of Psychology, State
               University of New York at Stony Brook


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Instructor:
Fall, 2004            Assistant Professor, Northwestern University. Child
                      Psychopathology. Upper-division, research based course
                      providing an overview of developmental psychopathology.

Fall, 2003            Assistant Professor, Northwestern University. Social and
                      Personality Development (PSY 326). Upper-division, research
                      based course providing an overview of primary literature in
                      emotional, social, and personality development. Class size: 33.

Fall, 2003            Assistant Professor, Northwestern University. Psychological and
                      Neuropsychological Assessment (PSY 495-1). Graduate course
                      focusing on theoretical, empirical, and psychometric issues in the
                      assessment of psychopathology, personality, and intellectual
                      functioning. Class size: 4.

Winter, 2002          Assistant Professor, Northwestern University. Social and
                      Personality Development (PSY 326). Upper-division, research
                      based course providing an overview of primary literature in
                      emotional, social, and personality development. Class size: 26.

Summer, 2000          Instructor, Survey in Abnormal Psychology, Department of
                      Psychology, SUNY at Stony Brook. Survey course providing a
                      general introduction to psychopathology.

Co-instructor:
Spring, 2001          Co-instructor, Readings in Psychology (“Cognitive Theories of
                      Depression”), Department of Psychology, SUNY at Stony Brook


Advising

Masters Thesis Committee:
Christopher Skidmore, Psychology
Jeong Eun Lee, Psychology




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First-year project Oral Committee:
Christopher Skidmore, Psychology
Tomasz Andrusyna, Psychology
Jonathon Adler, Psychology

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Mentor:
Huma Khan, Psychology (2002-2003)
Emily Wetter, Psychology (2003-2004)
Michelle Greene, Psychology (2003-2004)

Supervision of Research Assistants:

Northwestern University:
Christopher Skidmore (2003-2004, graduate student, Psychology)
John Schneider (2004, undergraduate, Psychology)
Katie Mendelsohn (2004, undergraduate, Psychology)
Erican Oh (2004, undergraduate, Psychology)
Laura Mulford (2004, undergraduate, Psychology)
Michael Herbert (2003-2004, undergraduate, Sociology)
Melissa Ponce (2003-2004, undergraduate, Psychology)
Holly Levine (2003-2004, undergraduate, Psychology)
Teresa Hsu (2002-2003, undergraduate, Psychology)
Rachel Feuer (2002-2003, undergraduate, Psychology)
Laura Wool (summer, 2003, visiting undergraduate from University of Wisconsin-
Madison)
Lauren Boyle (summer, 2003, visiting undergraduate from University of California,
Berkeley)
Sharee Light (2002, undergraduate, Psychology and School of Education and Social
Policty)
Pia Miller (2002, undergraduate, Psychology)
Annie Nussbaum (2002, undergraduate, Psychology)

State University of New York at Stony Brook:
Thomas Olino (summer, 2000 and summer, 2001, visiting undergraduate from Cornell
University)
Marcela Torres (summer, 2001, visiting undergraduate from Cornell University)
Jayanta Hegde (2000-2001, undergraduate, SUNY at Stony Brook)
Kevin Darcy (1999-2000, undergraduate, SUNY at Stony Brook)


CONSULTATION EXPERIENCE

2001          Oregon Research Institute, consultant on laboratory assessment of child
              temperament. Trained members of ORI staff in structured laboratory tasks
              for assessment of child temperament.




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2000 – 2001    Oregon Research Institute, NIMH grant “Oregon Adolescent Depression
               Project: Family Study”, statistical consultant, 2000 – 2001. Conducted
               analyses for large sample family study of adolescent mood disorders.
               Analyses included: Cox Proportional Hazards models, logistic regression,
               analysis of hierarchical data structures. Specialized software experience:
               SUDAAN.


RESEARCH INTERESTS
     Mood disorders
     Developmental psychopathology
     Temperamental precursors of psychopathology
     Personality disorders
     Assessment issues in child temperament and behavior
     Early home environment factors in mood and personality disorders


TEACHING INTERESTS
    Psychopathology
    Research Methods
    Statistics
    Advanced Statistics (logistic regression, latent class analysis, structural equation
            modeling)
    Emotional Development




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