Timothy A Allen, PhD
Education & Training
- Allen TA, Schreiber AM, Hall NT, Hallquist MN. (In press) From description to explanation: Integrating across multiple levels of analysis to inform neuroscientific accounts of dimensional personality pathology. J Pers Disord.
- Allen TA, Dombrovski AY, Soloff PH, Hallquist MN. (2020) Borderline personality disorder: Stress reactivity or stress generation? A prospective dimensional study. Psychol Med, 38(9), 12311239.
- Allen TA, DeYoung CG, Bagby RM, Pollock BG. (2020) A hierarchical integration of normal and abnormal personality dimensions: Structure and predictive validity in a heterogeneous sample of psychiatric outpatients. Assessment. Jun;27(4):643-56.
- Allen TA, Lam RW, Milev R, Rizvi SJ, Frey BN, MacQueen GM, Mller DJ, Uher R, Kennedy SH, Quilty LC. (2019) Early change in reward and punishment sensitivity as a predictor of response to antidepressant treatment for major depressive disorder: A CAN-BIND-1 report. Psychol Med. Jul;49(10):1629-1638. PubMed PMID: 30220263.
- Allen TA, Rueter AR, Abram SV, Brown JS, DeYoung CG. (2017) Personality and neural correlates of mentalizing ability. Eur J Pers. Nov-Dec;31(6):599-613. PubMed PMID: 29610548.
New Research in Psychological Medicine on Borderline Personality Disorder and Stress
Individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder often report leading stressful and tumultuous lives. Research suggests that they are likely to experience more prospective stressors (known as stress generation), and more emotional reactivity following those stressors (known as stress reactivity) than individuals without borderline personality disorder, including those diagnosed with other psychiatric...
A Continued Bright Future for Department Research: Recently Funded K Awards for Early-Career Pitt Psychiatry Investigators
This fall, early-career investigators in our Department have initiated several innovative National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded K-series career development research projects. We are proud to count these young scientists among the newest members of our faculty and anticipate that their research on psychiatric and substance use disorders will contribute much to the bright future of research in our field. Below...
The Department of Psychiatry Welcomes Timothy Allen, PhD, to the Faculty
We are pleased to announce that Timothy Allen, PhD, has joined the faculty as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Dr. Allen received his PhD in child clinical psychology from the University of Minnesota Institute of Child Development. He completed his clinical psychology internship at Northwestern University, followed by postdoctoral training at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Toronto) and Penn State...