Caroline W Oppenheimer, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Contact Details

3811 O'Hara St.
Lorraine Scott

Education & Training

University of Denver Clinical Child Psychology
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMCClinical Psychology
University of PittsburghDevelopmental Affective Neuroscience

Research Interests

Child and adolescent depression, and suicide risk; Developmental affective neuroscience
Selected Research Publications & Products
  1. Oppenheimer CW, Hankin BL. Relationship quality and depressive symptoms among adolescents: A short-term multi-wave investigation of longitudinal, reciprocal associations. J Clin Child Psychol. 2011 May;40(3):486-493.
  2. Hankin BL, Young JF, Abela JRZ, Smolen A, Jenness JL, Gulley L, Technow JR, Barrocas Gottlieb A, Cohen JR, Oppenheimer CW. Development of depression from late childhood into adolescence: Influence of gender, puberty, genetic susceptibility, and peer stress, J Abnorm Psychol. 2015 Nov;124(4):803-816.
  3. Oppenheimer CW, Ladouceur CD, Waller JM, Ryan ND, Benoit Allen K, Sheeber, Forbes EE, Dahl RE, Silk JS. Emotion socialization in anxious youth: Parenting buffers against emotional reactivity to peer negative events. .J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2016;44(7):1267-1278.
  4. Quevedo K, Ng R, Scott H, Martin J, Smyda G, Keener M, Oppenheimer CW. The neurobiology of self-face recognition in depressed adolescents with low or high suicidality. 2016;125(8):1185-1200
  5. Oppenheimer CW, Hankin BL, Young J. Effect of parenting and peer stressors on cognitive vulnerability and risk for depression among youth. J Abnorm Psychol. in press.