CV – Nóra Bunford, PhD

Place & date of birth: Pápa, Hungary – 13. 01. 1985
Nationality: Hungarian
Education: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
Contact: +36-1-411-6500 /Ext. 8788
E-mail: bunfordnora@caesar.elte.hu

Studies:
2010-2016           Ph.D. Clinical Child Psychology, Ohio University

2015-2016           Predoctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago, Institute for Juvenile Research              
2008-2010           M.S. Clinical-Counseling Psychology, Illinois State University    
2008-2015           M.A. Philosophy, Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem     
2003-2008           BA Psychology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
2003-2008           BA Philosophy, Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Languages skills: English, German

Degree: PhD in Clinical Psychology Bunford N (2016) Interpersonal Skills Group – Corrections Modified for Detained Juvenile Offenders with Externalizing Disorders: A Controlled Pilot Clinical Trial. Doctoral dissertation. Ohio University

Domestic and foreign scholarships:
2016-                    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, ELTE Institute of Biology, Department of Ethology

5 most significant publications (within 5 years):
Bunford, N., Wymbs, B. T., Dawson, A. E., Shorey, R. C. (in press). Childhood maltreatment, emotional lability, and alcohol problems in college students at-risk for ADHD: Testing moderation and moderated moderation. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs.

Bunford, N., Kinney, K., Michael, J., & Klumpp, H. (2017). Threat distracter and perceptual load modulate test-retest reliability of anterior cingulate cortex response. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1016/j.pnpbp.2017.04.007

Bunford, N., Evans, S. W., Zoccola, P., Owens, J. S., Flory, K. & Spiel, C. F. (2016). Correspondence between heart rate variability and emotion dysregulation in children, including children with ADHD. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. DOI: 10.1007/s10802-016-0257-2

Bunford, N., Kujawa, A., Fitzgerald, K., Monk, C. S., & Phan, K. L. (2016). Attenuated neural reactivity to happy faces is associated with rule-breaking and social problems in anxious youth. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1007/s00787-016-0883-9

Bunford, N., Evans, S. W., & Wymbs, F. (2015). ADHD and Emotion Dysregulation among Children and Adolescents. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 18:185-217.