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David earned his bachelor’s degree in behavioral science for the University of Chicago and his Ph.D. in psychology from Clark University. His principal areas of research are (a) psychopathy and other externalizing disorders; (b) interpersonal factors in psychopathology and psychotherapy; and (c) cognitive factors in health anxiety. Much of David’s research has examined whether psychopathy and other disorders exist along a continuum or are discrete, qualitatively distinct conditions. He is currently the editor of Group Dynamics: Theory Research and Practice and serves on the Board of Directors of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology.

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