Hiroshi SATO, Associate Professor
Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
My research interests are in the area of clinical psychology, with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)—an evidence-based approach to treating several types of mental disorders. Specifically, my work focuses on treating and preventing depression and eating disorders in children and adolescents. My laboratory includes undergraduate and graduate students, and other researchers interested in understanding how cognitive and behavioral factors influence psychopathologies. I also supervise undergraduate and graduate students in psychotherapy skills practicum from the perspective of CBT.