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Thomas Rodebaugh, PhD, is a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center member and psychologist specializing in modeling complex longitudinal data in the context of cancer prevention.

Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience
UNC-Chapel Hill
Cancer Prevention and Control

Area of Interest

I am an expert in psychometrics, psychological assessment, anxiety disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy, and novel statistical approaches (including novel forms of structural equation modeling and multilevel modeling) in health psychology contexts. I have conducted intensive longitudinal analyses of data from funded projects in cancer prevention and bothersome tinnitus, and I expect to continue work with longitudinal data in the context of cancer prevention and control.

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Awards and Honors

  • Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring, Graduate Student Senate, Washington University, 2013
  • Outstanding Teaching Award, Department of Psychology, Washington University, 2012
  • Career Development Travel Award, Anxiety Disorders Association of America, 2006
  • Hedy K. Singer, Ph.D. Memorial Award for Excellence in Psychotherapy, Temple University Hospital Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, 2003
  • Anxiety Special Interest Group prize for best poster presentation, Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, 2002
  • Harriet S. Rheingold Research Grant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998
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