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Danielle Guild

Graduate Student
Entry Year: 2011-2012
Faculty Mentor(s): Sheree Toth

Mount Hope Family Center
(585) 275-2991

Research Overview

I study the pathways through which child maltreatment impacts children's socio-emotional development. More specifically, I am interested in the effects of abuse and neglect on internalized models of the self and the development of psychopathology. I am currently involved in a clinical trial investigating the treatment and prevention of mood disorders in underprivileged youth with maltreatment histories.

Selected Publications

  • Munshi, K.R., Oken, T., Guild, D.J., Trivedi, H.K., Wang, B.C., Ducharme, P., Gonzalez-Heydrich, J. (2010). The use of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) for the treatment of pediatric aggression and mood disorders. Pharmaceuticals, 3, 2986-3004.
  • Shaw, R.J., Gosselin, G.J., Guild, D., Set, S., Gonzalez-Heydrich, J., DeMaso, D.R. Psychopharmacology in the physically ill child. In RJ. Shaw and D.R. DeMaso (Eds.), Textbook of Pediatric Psychosomatic Medicine. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. 2010.
  • Hamoda, H.M., Guild, D.J., Gumlak, S., Travers, B.H., & Gonzalez-Heydrich, J. (2009). The association between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and epilepsy in pediatric populations. Expert Review in Neurotherapeutics, 9 (12), 1747-1754.

Additional Information

  • Smith College, B.A., 2009
  • Major Concentrations: Psychology & Neuroscience