Aubrey Dauber

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Background:

Aubrey Dauber is a second-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Bowling Green State University. Aubrey was born and raised in Garden City, KS. She earned her BS from Kansas State University in 2017 and her MA degree in clinical psychology from Washburn University in 2020. During the final year of her master’s program, Aubrey was an intern at the DBT Center of Lawrence and Kansas City under the supervision of a DBT-Certified Clinician.

Aubrey’s research interests are focused around eating disorder etiology, how eating disorders are impacted by dysfunctional emotion regulation, and the advancement of eating disorder treatment. With her training in DBT, Aubrey looks forward to applying this third-wave therapy intervention to her research surrounding emotion regulation and the over and under control tendencies of individuals with eating disorders. When Aubrey is not diligently working on her studies, you can find her listening to true crime podcasts while walking her dogs.

Publications

  1. Graf, T., Dauber, A., & Hockett, J. (under review). Coping, stress, and mental distress in college students: A mediation model. Journal of American College Health.

Other Publications

  1. Dauber, A., & Turk, C. L. (2019). Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Free training opportunities in Missouri. Southwestern Psychologist: SWPA Newsletter, 13(3).
  2. Dauber, A. (2019). Washburn welcomes its newest faculty member. Article published in the Washburn University Psychology Department Newsletter.
  3. Dauber, A., & Turk, C. (2019). Cognitive behavioral treatment of social anxiety disorder. Southwestern Psychologist, 12(2).

Conference Presentations

  1. Dauber, A. (2019, November). How individuals with anorexia nervosa regulate emotions. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological and Educational Research in Kansas, Baldwin City, KS.
  2. Livgren, R., & Dauber, A. (2019, November). How agency, identity, and community shape safe zone allies’ institutional experiences. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological and Educational Research in Kansas, Baldwin City, KS.
  3. Dauber, A., Harris, J., Bailey, S., Nebel, C., & Turk, C. L. (2019, April). The effect of anxiety on visual perspective during memory recall. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Albuquerque, NM.