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Recent News

  • BADCO’s First Graduates!
    Oliver and Olivia, having completed their internships and passed their dissertation defenses, become the first BADCO students to graduate!  Congratulations to our first BADCO emeritus members. đŸ˜„
    Posted on July 28, 2021
  • Olivia successfully passes her doctoral defense!
    FĂ©licitations, Dr. Derella! On July 8, 2021, Olivia successfully defended her doctoral dissertation, “Emotional Characteristics of Irritable Youth and Their Parents: Frustration Reactivity, Distress Tolerance, and the Socialization of Emotion and Coping.” Committee: Jeffrey D. Burke, Ph.D. (Chair) Stephanie Milan, Ph.D. Margaret J. Briggs-Gowan, Ph.D. Readers: Carolyn Green, Ph.D. Karen Seymour, Ph.D.  
    Posted on July 28, 2021
  • New Publication in Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America!
      Check out the lab’s recent review article in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America issue on Emotion Dysregulation and Outbursts:   Burke, J.D., Johnston, O.G., & Butler, E.J. (2021). The irritable and oppositional dimensions of ODD: Integral factors in the explanation of affective and behavioral psychopathology. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of […]
    Posted on June 13, 2021

Welcome to BADCO!

The Behavioral and Affective Dysregulation Course and Outcomes (BADCO) lab focuses on describing the etiology, development, outcomes and treatment efforts related to behavioral disorders and irritability.

Work by faculty and graduate student researchers in the lab includes efforts to distinguish irritable and behavioral dimensions of oppositional defiant disorder from childhood through early adulthood, to test emotion regulation skills as both an etiological factor and a target for intervention, to identify factors related to service use and to barriers to service engagement, and to describe the effects of behavioral disorders in different contexts and across a variety of possible outcomes.

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Want to Join BADCO?

Dr. Burke is not anticipating taking a new graduate student for the 2021-2022 application cycle.  Please contact him via email at jeffrey.burke@uconn.edu if you have questions.

For more information about UConn’s Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program, and instructions on how to apply, please visit the link below:

UConn Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program

Contact Us

Phone: 860-486-1129
jeffrey.burke@uconn.edu
Address: Department of Psychological Sciences
406 Babbidge Road, Unit 1020
Storrs, CT 06269