Biography

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Dr. Erin Van Enkevort joined the Department of Psychiatry Faculty in October, 2017. She obtained her PhD in Experimental Psychology from Texas Christian University in 2016. Dr. Van Enkevort was a Biostatistical Consultant at UT Southwestern Medical Center from May 2016 until joining the faculty. 

Dr. Van Enkevort's methodological research interests include analyzing cross-over and multivariate designs through structural equation modeling, longitudinal data analysis, and generalized linear models. She is also interested in the study design process and psychometrics.

Dr. Van Enkevort's collaborative/scientific research interests include understanding factors that influence patient-related outcomes in regard to their mental and physical health. 

Education

Undergraduate
Northern Michigan University (2009), Psychology
Graduate School
Northern Michigan University (2014), Psychology
Graduate School
Texas Christian University (2016), Psychology

Research Interest

  • Clinical Biostatistics
  • Latent Growth Modeling
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis
  • Path Analysis and Mediation
  • Psychometrics

Publications

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Neural activations are related to body-shape, anxiety, and outcomes in adolescent anorexia nervosa.
Xu J, Harper JA, Van Enkevort EA, Latimer K, Kelley U, McAdams CJ J Psychiatr Res 2017 Apr 87 1-7
Hippocampal Aß expression, but not phosphorylated tau, predicts cognitive deficits following repeated peripheral poly I:C administration.
White JD, Eimerbrink MJ, Hayes HB, Hardy A, Van Enkevort EA, Peterman JL, Chumley MJ, Boehm GW Behav. Brain Res. 2016 Oct 313 219-25
An exercise in nostalgia: Nostalgia promotes health optimism and physical activity.
Kersten M, Cox CR, Van Enkevort EA Psychol Health 2016 Oct 31 10 1166-81
Death concerns and psychological well-being in mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder.
Cox CR, Eaton S, Ekas NV, Van Enkevort EA Res Dev Disabil 2015 Oct-Nov 45-46 229-38
The relationship between alcohol cues, alcohol expectancies, and physical balance.
Cox CR, Van Enkevort EA, Hicks JA, Kahn-Weintraub M, Morin A Exp Clin Psychopharmacol 2014 Aug 22 4 307-15