Amy Jordan



Amy Jordan is a second-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Bowling Green State University. She spent the majority of her childhood in Hays, Kansas, and received her Bachelors of Science in Psychology at Fort Hays State University in 2017. She then received her Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology at Missouri State University in 2019.

Amy is broadly interested in the impact of body image on areas such as mood, relationships, and eating behaviors. She is advised by Dr. Dara Musher-Eizenman, with whom she is preparing a research project on the outcomes of positive and negative body talk between mothers and daughters. Following graduate school, Amy hopes to teach and advise both undergraduate and graduate students in a lab of her own. She currently enjoys running, hiking, and spending time with her two huskies.

Publications († = co-first authorship):

  • Jordan, A. K.Barnhart, W. R., Studer-Perez, E. I., Kalantzis, M. A., Hamilton, L., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (2021). ‘Quarantine 15’: Pre-registered findings on stress and concern about weight gain before/during COVID-19 in relation to caregivers’ eating pathology. Appetite, 166, 105580.
  • McGraw, J. S., Angoff, H. D., Chinn, J., Barnhart, W. R., Lee, B. N., Diggins, E., Jordan, A. K., Branch, J., & Docherty, M. Stigma and negative mental health outcomes in sexual/gender minority youth in Utah. Current Psychology, 1-12.
  • Jordan, A. K., Dial, L. A., Barnhart, W. R., Studer-Perez, E. I., Kamath, S., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (2021). Fussy, fad, and frustrating?: Stigma toward picky eaters and popular dieters by peers. Stigma and Health.
  • Dial, L. A., Jordan, A. K., Emley, E., Angoff, H., Vargo, A. V., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (2021). Consequences of picky eating in college students. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
  • Barnhart, W. R., Hamilton, L., Jordan, A. K., Pratt, M., & Musher-Eizenman, D. R. (2021). The interaction of negative psychological well-being and picky eating in relation to disordered eating in undergraduate students. Eating Behaviors40, 101476.
  • Barnhart, W. R., Braden, A. L., & Jordan, A. K. (2020). Negative and positive emotional eating uniquely interact with ease of activation, intensity, and duration of emotional reactivity to predict increased binge eating. Appetite, 151, 104688.
  • Forbes, F. J. M., Whisenhunt, B. L., Citterio, C., Jordan, A. K., Robinson, D., & Deal, W. P. (2019). Making mental health a priority on college campuses: implementing large scale screening and follow-up in a high enrollment gateway course. Journal of American College Health, 1-8.

Updated: 09/29/2021 01:36PM