My primary clinical research interests focus on psychological disorders, their characteristics, and treatment. In particular, most of my work focuses on anxiety and related disorders, especially obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette's Syndrome and tic disorders. Other anxiety disorders, including social anxiety and posttraumatic stress, also hold interest for me. I also have an desire to leverage technology to improve treatment outcomes or extend treatment to populations that might not have access to evidence-based clinicians.
In non-clinical areas, I have focused on the
development of new teaching methods and the use of technology in
teaching. This has resulted in several projects, including the
development of online textbooks and documentary series created
collaboratively in the college classroom.
If you are interested in learning more about my research, please visit my Curriculum Vitae to download copies of articles, chapters, and presentations.
Caleb W. Lack, Ph.D.