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George W Howe Faculty Member

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George W. Howe is Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the George Washington University. He teaches undergraduate courses on the psychology of stress, and graduate courses on research methods, advanced statistical analysis, and psychotherapy. He has served as Director of the graduate program in clinical psychology. He has been funded by the National Institute of Mental Health to study the interplay of personality, social, and genetic factors with unemployment stress in the onset of depression, and for the development of new quantitative methods for integrating data from multiple prevention trials in order to test moderators and mediators of effect. He is also a member of the Prevention Science Methodology Group, a national coalition of prevention scientists and methodologists whose mission is to advance empirical science around the prevention of emotional and mental disorders, and the promotion of positive mental health. He also works on developing new measurement methods and research designs based on rigorous application of causal inference frameworks, including Baseline Target Moderated Mediation designs for studying effect heterogeneity in randomized prevention trials, with a goal of guiding the development of more individualized next-generation preventive interventions.

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