About Richard Macatee
Dr. Macatee earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Florida State University in 2018 after he completed a pre-doctoral clinical internship at the Department of Psychiatry at University of Illinois - Chicago. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Auburn University. Dr. Macatee's research is broadly focused on the measurement and treatment of biobehavioral risk and maintenance factors for internalizing and substance use disorders, with a particular emphasis on internalizing/substance use disorder co-morbidity. Dr. Macatee's work utilizes self-report, behavioral, and psychophysiological methods to better understand internalizing/substance use disorder etiology in order to identify high risk subgroups and develop mechanism-targeted treatments for these patients.
- PSYC-3560, Abnormal Psychology
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Last Updated: August 13, 2021