Regina Miranda, PhD
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry)
My research examines cognitive risk for suicidal thoughts and behaviors in adolescence and emerging adulthood.
Miranda R, Scott M, Hicks R, Wilcox, H, Harris Munfakh, JL, Shaffer, D: Suicide attempt characteristics, diagnoses, and future attempts: Comparing multiple attempters to single attempters and ideators. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 2008;47: 32-40
Polanco-Roman L, Miranda R : Culturally-related stress, hopelessness, and vulnerability to depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation in emerging adulthood. Behavior Therapy 2013;44: 75-87
Miranda R, Nolen-Hoeksema S: Brooding and reflection: Rumination predicts suicidal ideation at one-year follow up in a community sample. Behaviour Research and Therapy 2007;45: 3088-3095
Miranda R, Gallagher M, Bauchner B, Vaysman R, Marroquin B: Cognitive inflexibility as a prospective predictor of suicidal ideation among young adults with a suicide attempt history. Depression and Anxiety 2012;29: 180-186
Surrence K, Miranda R, Marroquin B, Chan S: Brooding and reflective rumination among suicide attempters: Cognitive vulnerability to suicidal ideation. Behaviour Research and Therapy 2009;47: 803-808