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Amanda Halliburton

Amanda Halliburton

Graduate Student, Department of Psychology
Graduate Student, Clinical Science

I received my Bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Mary Washington in 2011. I am a member of Lee Cooper's I-SPI lab. Currently, I am a predoctoral intern at Stone Mountain Health Services, providing integrated behavioral health services in a rural primary care setting.


  • M.S. Clinical Psychology, Virginia Tech (2013)
  • B.S. Psychology, University of Mary Washington (2011)


  • Mediators of successful treatments/prevention programs
  • Adapting evidence-based interventions for youth
  • Integrated behavioral health in primary care

Courses Taught

  • PSYC 2094 (Principles of Psychological Research)
  • PSYC 3014 (Abnormal Psychology)
  • PSYC 2034 (Developmental Psychology)
  • PSYC 2044 (Psychology of Learning)


  • Ridenour, T. A., Halliburton, A. E., & Bray, B. C. (2015). Does DSM-5 nomenclature for inhalant use disorder improve upon DSM-IV? Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 29(1), 211-217.
  • Halliburton, A. E., & Cooper, L. D. (2015). Applications and adaptations of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) for adolescents. Journal of Contextual Behavior Science, 4(1), 1-11.
  • Halliburton, A., & Bray, B. (2016). Long-term prevalence and demographic trends in U.S. adolescent inhalant use: Implications for clinicians and prevention scientists. Substance Use and Misuse.
  • Halliburton, A. E., Ridenour, T. A., White, B. A., & Deater-Deckard, K. (2017). Clinically differentiating life-course-persistent and adolescence-limited conduct problems: Is age-of-onset really enough? Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 52, 34-45.
  • Halliburton, A. E., & Fritz, M.S. (2017). Health beliefs as a key determinant of intent to use anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) among high school football players: Implications for prevention. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth.

    Amanda Halliburton

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