Kibby McMahon is currently in her fourth year in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Duke University, supervised by Dr. Zachary Rosenthal. Her primary interests are developing and testing mindfulness based interventions for emotion dysregulation. She is also interested in studying the relationship among mindfulness, emotion dysregulation, and social cognitive processes such as the ability to perceive and understand other people’s emotions (empathy). Prior to graduate school, she was trained as a Vinyasa yoga instructor and has worked in social psychology research at Columbia University and Max Planck Institute of Human Development.
This profile was last updated on April 4, 2018