In the News

Dr. Gordon was on the podcast, Culturally Determined, and discussed religion in mental health, suicide prevention, and Jedi Counsel with the host, Aryeh Cohen-Wade.

Dr. Gordon talked to KVRR News about loneliness.

Dr. Gordon’s research was featured a Fusion article titled How America Fails People of Color with Eating Disorders.

Dr. Gordon talked to Inside Higher Ed about tenure in the state of North Dakota.

Dr. Gordon wrote a guest blog post for Dr. Clay Routledge’s column on Psychology Today that discussed university responses to the presidential election.

Dr. Gordon was featured in the local news with regard to diversity dialogues on campus.

Dr. Gordon was interviewed by WDAY about the new suicide prevention feature on Instagram.

Our research on the associations between different facets of narcissism and eating disorders was covered in Psychology Today.

Dr. Gordon was featured in the North Dakota Compass Ask A Researcher Column: The Science of Suicide Prevention.

Our research on the interactive effects of rumination and body dissatisfaction on binge eating was featured in a Today Show health blog: Stop obsessing: Women spend 2 weeks a year on their appearance, TODAY survey shows.

Dr. Gordon was interviewed for the Fargo Forum: Phobias: More than fear.

Dr. Gordon was quoted in the Atlantic: In Lieu of Candy, Woman Handing Out This Letter That Says Child Is Fat.

Dr. Gordon was interviewed on the Gil Gross radio show about childhood obesity following news about the aforementioned Halloween letter. You can listen to it here: Halloween & the Stigma of Childhood Obesity.

One of our collaborative projects about the connection between disordered eating behavior and suicide risk received coverage in Psychiatric News: Overexercise to Control Weight Can Cause Psychological Harm.

Our research on the impact of physical pain on emotion was featured in a news article about nonsuicidal self injury: Self-injury may briefly ease emotional pain, study shows.

Dr. Gordon and her dad, Les Gordon, collaborated on a guest post for Psychotherapy Brown Bag: Including family members in the treatment of children and adolescents: Why it is important and how to do it effectively.

Some research that Dr. Gordon collaborated on in graduate school with Drs. Jill Holm-Denoma, Tracy Witte, and Thomas Joiner was featured in Time: Suicidal Anorexics: Determined to Die?

9/21/12 - Experiment in a psychology research lab.


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