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    Douglas B. Samuel, Ph.D. Associate Professor

    Department of Psychological Sciences (765) 494-7559

    Purdue University

    703 Third Street Licensed Clinical Psychologist

    West Lafayette, IN 47907 Indiana # 20042571A


    University of Kentucky Ph.D., Clinical Psychology

    Lexington, KY May 2009

    Advisor: Thomas A. Widiger

    University of Kentucky M.S., Clinical Psychology

    Lexington, KY August 2005

    Indiana University, Honors College B.A., Psychology

    Bloomington, IN May, 2001


    Associate Professor August 2017 to present

    Purdue University, Department of Psychological Sciences

    Assistant Professor August 2011 to August 2017

    Purdue University, Department of Psychological Sciences

    Postdoctoral Fellow July 2009 to June 2011

    Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, New Haven, CT

    VA New England MIRECC, Veterans Administration- Connecticut, West Haven, CT

    Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Intern July 2008 to June 2009

    Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry Yale-New Haven

    Hospital and Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital


    Course Instructor

    PSY 679 Adult Behavior Disorders Practicum 2011-2015, Fall 2016

    Purdue University Department of Psychological Sciences

    PSY 667 Personality Assessment Spring 2013, 2015

    Purdue University Department of Psychological Sciences

    PSY350 Abnormal Psychology Fall 2015, Spring 2016

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    Purdue University Department of Psychological Sciences

    Guest Lecturer 2009-2011

    Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry

    lectures provided to predoctoral and postdoctoral psychology fellows:

    -Mixed Model ANOVA

    -Dimensional Models of Personality Disorder

    -Assessing Personality Disorders

    -Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Substance Abuse Disorders

    -Diary Cards and Behavioral Analysis in Dialectical Behavior Therapy

    Course Instructor Fall 2005

    University of Kentucky, Department of Psychology

    Personality and Individual Differences (Undergraduate course: P313)


    James C. Naylor Award for Teaching Excellence in Psychology 2018-19

    Department of Psychological Sciences

    Purdue University

    “Favorite Faculty” Nominee 2017

    Purdue University Residences

    Nominated by undergraduate students as Most Distinguished Faculty for Academics



    National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), F31: “Comparing Personality Disorder

    Models: FFM and DSM-IV”; Principal Investigator; $101,829. 2006-2009


    Purdue Character Development Project July 2013

    Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs $3,750

    Under Consideration

    Kinley Trust: Ascertaining the Economic and Psychological Risk Factors for Suicide

    among Indiana Farm Operators $20,000


    National Science Foundation: “Characterizing how Personality Traits Relate to

    Functioning: Can there be Too Much of a Good Thing?” $384,507

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    AgSEED – College of Agriculture, Purdue University

    Ascertaining the Economic and Psychological Risk Factors for Suicide among Indiana

    Farm Operators $50,000


    Martin Mayman Award 2019

    Journal of Personality Assessment

    Award for best theoretical paper to appear in the Journal of Personality Assessment

    Gunderson Young Investigators Award 2011

    Association for Research on Personality Disorders

    Award for most promising young investigator in the field of personality disorders;

    Included invited publication and opportunity to present at national conference

    Jesse G. Harris Dissertation Award 2007

    Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky

    Chosen by panel as best dissertation at annual departmental award’s day banquet

    Paul Hager Graduate Student Poster Award 2007

    Kentucky Psychological Association

    Judged as most outstanding poster presentation at statewide annual conference

    Predoctoral Research Award 2006

    University of Kentucky, Department of Psychology

    Selected as the most outstanding predoctoral research publication at annual

    departmental award’s day banquet

    PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (mentored undergraduates have a superscript1;

    mentored graduate students have a superscript2)

    Citations: 5532

    h-index: 34

    i10-index: 56

    76. Bleidorn, W., Hopwood, C. J., Ackerman, R. A., Witt, E. A., Kandler, C., Riemann,

    R., Samuel, D. B., & Donnellan, M. B. (in press). The healthy personality from a

    basic trait perspective. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

    75. Hopwood, C.J., Krueger, R.F., Watson, D., Widiger, T.A., Althoff, R.R., Ansell,

    E.B., Bach, B., Bagby, R.M., Bornovalova, M.A., Blais, M.A., Chmielewski, M.,

    Cicero, D.C., Conway, C., De Clerq, B., De Fruyt, F., Docherty, A.R., Eaton,

    N.R., Edens, J.F., Forbes, M.K., Forbush, K.T., Hengartner, M.P., Ivanova, M.Y,

    Leising, D., Lukowitsky, M.R., Lynam, D.R., Markon, K.E., Miller, J.D., Morey,

    L.C., Mullins-Sweatt, S.N., Ormel, J.H., Patrick, C.J., Pincus, A.L., Ruggero, C.,

    Samuel, D.B., Sellbom, M., Tackett, J.L., Thomas, K.M., Trull, T.J., Vachon,

    D.D., Waldman, I.D., Waszczuk, M.A., Waugh, M.H., Wright, A.G.C., Yalch,

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    M.M., Zald, D.H., & Zimmermann, J. (in press). Comment on “The challenge of

    transforming the diagnostic system for personality disorders”. Journal of

    Personality Disorders.

    74. Hopwood, C.J., Bagby, R.M., Gralnick, T., Ro, E., Ruggero, C., Mullins-Sweatt, S.,

    Kotov, R., Bach, B.S., Cicero, D.C., Krueger, R.F., Patrick, C.J., Chmielewski,

    M., DeYoung, C.G., Docherty, A.R., Eaton, N.R., Forbush, K.T., Ivanova, M.Y.,

    Latzman, R.D., Pincus, A.L., Samuel, D.B., Waugh, M.H., Wright, A.G.C., &

    Zimmermann, J. (in press). Using the hierarchical taxonomy of psychopathology

    to inform psychotherapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration.

    73. Lui, P. P., Samuel, D. B., Rollock, D., Leong, F. T. L., Chang, E. C. (in press).

    Measurement Invariance of the Five Factor Model of Personality: Facet-Level

    Analyses among Euro and Asian Americans. Assessment

    72. Suzuki, T., Ait Oumeziane, B., Novak, K., Samuel, D. B., & Foti, D. (in press).

    Error-monitoring across social and affective processing contexts. International

    Journal of Psychophysiology

    71. Bucher, M. A.2 & Samuel, D. B. (2019). Development of a short form of the

    Abridged Big Five-Dimensional Circumplex Model to aid with the organization

    of personality traits. Journal of Personality Assessment, 101, 16-24.

    70. Bucher, M. A.2, Suzuki, T. A.2, & Samuel, D. B. (2019). A systematic

    review of personality traits and their associations with mental health treatment

    outcomes. Clinical Psychology Review, 70, 51-63.

    69. Conway, C. C., Forbes, M. K., Forbush, K. T., Fried, E. I., Hallquist, M. N., Kotov,

    R., Mullins-Sweatt, S. N., Shackman, A. J., Skodol, A. E., South, S. C.,

    Sunderland, M., Waszczuk, M. A., Zald, D. H., Afzali, M. H., Bornovalova, M.

    A., Carragher, N., Docherty, A. R., Jonas, K. G., Krueger, R. F., Patalay, P.,

    Pincus, A. L., Tackett, J. L., Reininghaus, U., Waldman, I. D., Wright, A. G. C.,

    Zimmermann, J., Bach, B., Bagby, R. M., Chmielewski, M., Cicero, D. C., Clark,

    L. A., Dalgleish, T., DeYoung, C. G., Hopwood, C. J., Ivanova, M. Y., Latzman,

    R. D., Patrick, C. J., Ruggero, C. J., Samuel, D. B., Watson, D., & Eaton, N. R.

    (2019). A hierarchical taxonomy of psychopathology can transform mental health

    research. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 14, 419-436.

    68. Kemper, C. J., Trapp, S., Kathmann, N., Samuel, D. B., & Ziegler, M. (2019).

    Short versus long scales in clinical assessment – exploring the trade-off between

    resources saved and psychometric quality lost using two measures of obsessive-

    compulsive symptoms. Assessment, 26, 767-782.

    67. Samuel, D. B. (2019). Incoming Editorial. Assessment, 26, 147-150.

    66. Samuel, D. B. & Bucher, M. A.2 (2019). Translating Item Response Theory Findings

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    for Clinical Practice. Journal of Personality Assessment, 101, 452-453.

    65. Samuel, D. B. & Tay, L. (2019). Aristotle’s golden mean and the importance of

    bipolarity for personality models: A commentary on “Personality Traits and

    Maladaptivity: Unipolarity and Bipolarity.” Journal of Personality, 87, 1097-


    64. Stanton, K., Brown, M. F. D., Bucher, M. A.2, Balling, C.2, & Samuel, D. B. (2019).

    Self-ratings of personality pathology: Insights regarding their validity and