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.
- Northern Michigan University (2009), Psychology
- Graduate School
- Northern Michigan University (2014), Psychology
- Graduate School
- Texas Christian University (2016), Psychology
- Clinical Biostatistics
- Latent Growth Modeling
- Longitudinal Data Analysis
- Path Analysis and Mediation
- 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