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Barry Dauphin, Ph.D., ABPP

Professor of Psychology
Director of Clinical Training for the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

Barry Dauphin
Contact Info:
Campus: McNichols Campus
Building: Reno Hall
Room: 248
Phone: (313) 993-1650
Barry Dauphin

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Syracuse University
  • M.S., Tulane University
  • B.S., Tulane University

Biography

Barry Dauphin, Ph.D., ABPP, graduated from Tulane University magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He was the recipient of the Aaron Hartman award for undergraduate excellence in psychology. He obtained a Master of Science in Experimental Psychology from Tulane and a doctorate in Psychology from Syracuse University in 1988.

While at Syracuse he worked in various settings with traditionally under-served populations. He completed his predoctoral internship at Yale University Medical School, working with Substance Abuse and Partial Hospitalization populations. He pursued a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology from the Detroit Psychiatric Institute (DPI)/Wayne State medical School from 1988-90. Psychoanalytic Psychology was the focus of the postdoctoral fellowship. DPI was a state mental health hospital in inner city Detroit. Dauphin provided psychological services for medically under-served populations of children and adults in both inpatient and outpatient modalities. He also participated in the DPI Child Study Group for several years, which examined psychodynamic therapy with an inner city population. He authored Technical Considerations in the treatment of chronically traumatized inner city children, which was presented to the 1994 Spring Meeting of Division 39 of APA in Washington, D.C.

He has presented on work with inner city children in other forums. He was involved primarily in practice from 1990-2004 working predominantly with children and adolescents in psychotherapy, psychological assessment, supervision, consultation, and parent guidance. He worked in various multidisciplinary settings. He joined the University of Detroit Mercy faculty in 2004 as an instructor and received a tenure track appointment in 2005.

He received tenure and promotion to associate professor in 2009. He was interim director of the Clinical Psychology Master of Arts program from 2008-09. He was appointed Director of Clinical Training for the Doctoral Clinical Psychology program in August 2009. He has served on the CTC from 2005-present. Dauphin has been very active in professional organizations and professional education. He has served as president of the Michigan Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (1997-99; 2003-present), president of Section IV (Local Chapters) of Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of APA (2005-07), Section IV representative to the Division 39 Board (2008-present), treasurer of Section V (Psychoanalysts/Clinicians from 2009-present), Chair of Research Committee of the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education (2007-present). He received the 2008 Faculty Achievement Award from University of Detroit Mercy in recognition of outstanding achievement by a junior faculty member.

He has regularly introduced technology into educational activities: creating podcast feedback, use of iClicker response systems, creation of instructional videos and flash presentations. Dauphin has a variety of research interests including cognition and personality, video-gaming and personality, psychological assessment, professional education, psychoanalytic theory, the impact of American culture on decision making, therapy work with under-served populations, and clinical judgment. He received his ABPP (Psychoanalysis in Psychology) in 2016.

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    Internships/Training

    Predoctoral Internship: Yale University Medical School

    Postdoctoral Fellowship: Detroit Psychiatric Institute Wayne State School of Medicine

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    Courses Taught at Detroit Mercy

    • Assessment I
    • Principles of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Clinical Practicum
    • Clinical Internship
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    Publications

    BOOK
    Dauphin, V. Barry (2006). Tantalizing Times. Excitements, Disconnects, and Discontents in Contemporary American Society. Peter Lang Publishing Group. New York | Bern, Switzerland.

    SCHOLARLY ARTICLES
    Greene, H. H., Brown, J. M., & Dauphin, B. (2014). When do you look where you look? A visual field asymmetry. Vision Research, 102, 33-40.

    Greene, H. H., Brown, J. M. & Dauphin, B. (2014). A visual field asymmetry in pre- saccadic fixation durations. Journal of Vision, 14, 1213. (Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.).

    Dauphin, B. (2013). Therapists’ Resistance to Understanding the Importance of Technology for Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy 12 (1), 45-50

    Dauphin, B. and Greene, H. (2012). Here’s Looking at You. Eye Movement Exploration of Rorschach Images. Rorschachiana, 33, 3-22. Dauphin, V. B. & Abell, S. (2010). Infinite Adolescence: A Psychoanalytic Understanding of the Tantalizing Promises Inherent To the Singularity. Psychoanalytic Review, 97(4), 579-605.

    Dauphin, B. and Heller, G. (2010). Going to Other Worlds: The relationships between videogaming, psychological absorption, and daydreaming styles. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. 13(2): 169-172.

    Presniak, M., Olson, T., Porcerelli, J., & Dauphin, V. (2010). Changes in defensive functioning in a case of avoidant personality disorder. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 47(1), 134-139. doi:10.1037/a0018838.

    Dauphin, V. B. (2009). Review of Psychodynamic Therapy: Conceptual and Empirical Foundations (2009 New York: Routledge) by Steven K. Huprich, Ph.D. Humana.Mente, Vol 11, 171-174.

    Abell, S. and Dauphin, B. (2009). The Perpetuation of Patriarchy: The Hidden Costs of Gender Bias in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Children. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 14 (1), 117-133. (Commentary written about the article: Timimi, S. (2009). A Commentary on "The Perpetuation of Patriarchy: The Hidden Factor of Gender Bias in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Children" by Steven Abell and Barry Dauphin. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 14 (1), 135-144.)

    Porcerelli, J.H., Dauphin, V.B., Ablon, J.S., Leitman, S., & Bambery, M. (2009). Psychoanalysis of Avoidant Personality Disorder: Systematic case study of process and outcome. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 57, 444-449.

    Dauphin, V. B. (2008). Psychoanalysis: Science? Humanity? Do We Want a Place or a Palace?The Psychoanalytic Review. 95 (6), 929-946.

    Porcerelli, J, Dauphin, V. B., Ablon, S., Leitman, S., and Bambery, M. (2007) Psychoanalysis with Avoidant Personality Disorder: A Systematic Case Study. Psychotherapy: Research, Practice, Training and Education, 44, 1-13.

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    Conferences

    Jones, J. R., Porcerelli, J. H., Warritay, O. & Dauphin, B. V. (2016). Is EIQ related to physician ratings of patient difficulty? Research presented at the 37th annual Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine, Chicago, IL.

    Lalonde, C and Dauphin, B. (2016). Secondary Traumatic Stress in Mental Health Therapists: Potential Protective Factors. Poster presented to the annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Denver, CO.

    Boyle, M., Juve, M., Day, E, Dauphin, B., Munday, C. and Greene, H. (2016). Put on a Happy Face: Eye Movement Processes During an Emotion Recognition Task for Human Faces. Poster presented to the annual Convention of the American PsychologicalAssociation. Denver, CO.

    Day, E., Boyle, M., Juve, M., Dauphin, B., Munday, C., and Greene, H. (2016). Emotions at a Glance: Gender Differences in the Perception of Facial Emotions. Poster presented to the annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Denver, CO.

    Dauphin, B. (2016). Contemporary Challenges in Educating Students About Psychoanalytic Ethics and Possible Solutions. Paper presented to the annual Spring conference of Division 39/APA. Westin Hotel, Atlanta, GA. April 9, 2016.

    Dauphin, B. (2016). The Fault Is Not In Our Manual. Paper presented to the annual Spring conference of Division 39/APA. Westin Hotel, Atlanta, GA. April 8, 2016.

    Christoff, M., Lotter, H. and Dauphin, B. (2016). Gender, Attachment, and Primary Process Affect. Poster presented to the annual Spring conference of Division 39/APA. Westin Hotel, Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2016.

    Juve, M. Dauphin, B., Greene, H. and Boyle, M. (2016). Anxiety and Eye Movement Behavior in Identifying Facial Emotions and Responding to the Rorschach: A Comparison of Visual Tasks. Poster presented to the annual conference of the Society for Personality Assessment. Chicago Marriott Downtown. Chicago, IL. March 12, 2016.

    Porcerelli, J., Dauphin, B., Hinrichs, J., Munday, C., Kamoo, R. and Christian-Kliger, P. (2016). Assessing Level of Personality Organization with the Psychodynamic Checklist for the Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Society for Personality Assessment. Chicago Marriott Downtown. Chicago, IL. March 10, 2016.

    Gabriel, M., Dauphin, B., Slowik, L., McCown, J. and Maher, J. (2015). The Study of Clinical Judgment as it is Affected by Theoretical Orientation and Experience Level. Paper presented to the American Psychological Association 2015 Convention. Toronto, CA.Christoff, M., Lotter, H., and Dauphin, B. (2015). Relationships Between Primary Affect Systems and Attachment Styles: A Preliminary Investigation. Poster presented to the American Psychological Association 2015 Convention. Toronto, CA.

    Dauphin, B. (2015). Maintaining a Psychodynamic Focus in a University Setting. Paper presented to the Division 39 Spring Conference, Section V Panel The Disappearance of Psychoanalytic Thinking from the Public Sector: Definite Problems, Possible Solutions, April 24, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

    Juve, M., Dauphin, B., and Greene, H. (2015). The Heat Is On: Measuring Interest Areas on the Rorschach Using Heat Mapping Techniques. Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY March 5, 2015.

    Christoff, M., Lotter, H. and Dauphin, B (2015). What’s Love Got To Do With It? The Affect Neuroscience Personality Scales, Need for Affect, and Sexual Desire Inventory Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY March 6, 2015.

    Lotter, H., Christoff, M. and Dauphin, B. (2015). Together at Last? Primary Process Affect, Object Representations, and Defensiveness. Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY March 5, 2015.

    Richardson, L., Porcerelli, J., Dauphin, B., Morris, P. and Murdoch, W. (2015). Attachment and Interpersonal Relatedness as Models Predicting Somatization, Physical Health and Healthcare Utilization in Primary Care. Paper presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Brooklyn, NY March 7, 2015.

    Lotter, H. and Dauphin, B. (2014). Playing With Primary Process, Defenses, and Object Representations. Poster Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, August 8, Washington, DC.

    Lalonde, C. and Dauphin, B. (2014). Understanding Secondary Trauma for Psychotherapists: Risk Factors and Moderating Influences. Poster Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, August 8, Washington, DC.

    Munday, C. and Dauphin, B. (2014). Hidden in Plain Sight: Psychodynamic Training in the World of Accreditation. Presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, August 7, Washington, DC.

    Greene, H, Brown, J. and Dauphin, B. (2014). A Visual Field Asymmetry in Pre-saccadic Fixation Durations. Poster presented to the Vision Sciences Society, Tradewinds Resort, St. Pete Beach, FL. (May 20, 2014)

    Lotter, H. and Dauphin, B. (2014). What Ever Happened to LUST? Expanding the Measures of Primary Process Subcortical Brain Systems for the Affective Neuroscience Personality Scales. Poster presented to the Society for Personality Assessment. Arlington, VA. (March 22, 2014).

    Jaber, A. and Dauphin, B. (2013). Relationship Between Identification with Theorists and Clinical Listening. Poster presented to the annual American Psychological Association Convention. Honolulu, HI (August 2, 2013).

    Dauphin, B., Greene, H. and Juve, M. (2013). Cognitive Mediation and Information Processing on the Rorschach. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Society for Personality Assessment. San Diego, CA. March 23.

    Heller, G. and Dauphin, B. (2012). Predictors of Self-Reported Interfering Video Game Use. Poster presented to the annual American Psychological Association Convention. Orlando, FL. (August 3, 2012).

    Dauphin, B., Greene, H. and Juve, M. (2012). Eye Movement Responses across the Rorschach Cards. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Society for Personality Assessment. Chicago, IL. March 17.

    Juve, M., Dauphin, B., Greene, H. and Burnett, V. (2012). Emotional Responsiveness to the Rorschach is Reflected in Eye Movement Responses. Paper presented to the annual conference of the Society for Personality Assessment. Chicago, IL. March 17.

    Gabriel, M., Dauphin, V., & McCown, J. (2011). The Development in Clinical Judgment in Beginning Graduate Students. Poster presentation at the Annual American Psychological Association Conference in Washington, D.C.. (August 5, 2011).

    Heller, G. M., & Dauphin, V. B. (2011, August). Video game use, attachment style, and self-esteem. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. (August 7, 2011).

    Dauphin, V.B. (2011). Using the Time We Have (Left). Paper presented to the Michigan Psychoanalytic Council, East Lansing, MI May 2011. Invited Presentation.

    Dauphin, B., Greene, H., Juve, M. and Burnett, V. (2011). Emotional Responsiveness to the Rorschach is Reflected in Eye Movement Responses. Poster presented to the Celebration of Scholarly Achievements. University of Detroit Mercy.

    Dauphin, B., Pouliot, and Nefouse, S. (2011). The Play’s the Thing: an Investigation into Listening to Psychoanalytic Process. Presented to the Michigan Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, January, 9, 2011. Southfield, MI Providence Hospital. Invited Panel.

    Dauphin, B., Pouliot, S. and Nefouse, S. (2010). The same lyrics and singer, but a different melody. Paper presented to the 21st annual conference of the International forum for Psychoanalytic Education. Nashville, TN. Friday October 29, 2010.

    Dauphin, B. and Heller, G. (2010). Videogaming, Daydreaming, and Psychological Symptoms: A Preliminary Investigation. Poster presented to the 2010 American Psychological Association Convention. San Diego, CA.

    Heller, G. and Dauphin, B. (2010). "The Use of Online Survey Software for Psychology Research Data Collection: Overview of Issues and an Example." Poster presented to the Celebration of Scholarly Achievements. University of Detroit Mercy.

    Dauphin, B, Greene, H. Juve, M., and Burnett, V. (2010) Card Sequence, Eye Movement Responses, and the Rorschach. Poster presented to the 2010 American Psychological Association Convention. San Diego, CA.

    Dauphin, B., Greene, H., Dettloff, M., Burnett, V. and Juve, M. (2010). Looking Anew at the Rorschach. Poster presented to the Celebration of Scholarly Achievements. University of Detroit Mercy.

    Dauphin, B., Juve, MI. and Burnett, V. (2010). Rating the Rorschach | Measuring Basic Aesthetic Responses to the 10 Rorschach Inkblots. Poster presented to the Celebration of Scholarly Achievements. University of Detroit Mercy.

    Heller, G. M., & Dauphin, V. B. (2010, April 30). Exploratory factor analysis of the videogame experiences questionnaire - revised (VEQ-R). Poster presented at the Wayne State University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine.

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    Grants

    PI for Health Career Opportunities Program (HCOP) Grant for development of a Psychology Summer Enrichment Program. 2013-2014 Co-PIs-Cheryl Munday, Ph.D., Judy McCown, Ph.D., Linda Slowik, Ph.D.| $111,764.

    PI for Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students Grant from Health Resources and Services Administration 2012-2016 | $ $142, 852 per year for 4 years for a total of $571,408.

    PI for Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students Grant from Health Resources and Services Administration for 2011-12: $5188.

    Recipient of 2010-11 UDMPU Grant $1,600.

    PI for Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students Grant from Health Resources and Services Administration for 2010-11: $4780.

    Recipient of 2009-10 Mellon Grant from University of Detroit Mercy: $1,700.

    Recipient 2009 University Grant (UDMPU): $1,075.

    Recipient of 2008-9 Mellon Grant from University of Detroit Mercy: $2,000.

    Recipient 2008 University Grant (UDMPU): $2,081.

    Recipient of 2006-7 Mellon Grant from University of Detroit Mercy: $1,200.

    Recipient of CLAE Faculty Research Grant from University of Detroit Mercy (2005-6): $500.

    Recipient of CLAE Faculty Research Grant from University of Detroit Mercy (2004-5): $625.

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    Organizations / Affiliations

    PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS and SERVICE Member of Third Judicial Court Clinic for Child Study Advisory Committee 2016-present

    Member of American Psychological Association (APA) & Divisions: 39 (Psychoanalysis),

    Member of 2006 Steering Committee for Division 39 program at APA Convention

    Member of Michigan Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (MSPP) President: 2003-present Past President (1999-2001) Section IV (Local Chapters) Representative 1999-present President 1997-1999 Editor, MSPP News March 1993-February 1998, 2005-Present

    Member of International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education (IFPE) Chair, Research Committee IFPE 2007-2010

    Member of the Academy for the Study of the Psychoanalytic Arts (2000-present)

    Section IV (Local Chapters) of Division 39/APA Representative to Division 39 (2009-2011) Past President 2008 President 2006-2007 President Elect 2005 Treasurer 2002-2005

    Section V (Applied Clinical Psychoanalysis) of Division 39/APA Treasurer 2009-present Representative to Division 39 Board 2009-2015

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    Teaching / Instructional Materials

    Director/Developer of a video overview of the Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Program for recruitment and pedagogical purposes

    Director/Developer for Instructional Video (in coordination with UDM Instructional Design Studio): Administering the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Thrid Edition (WAIS-III)

    Director/Developer for Instructional Video (in coordination with UDM Instructional Design Studio): Administration for the Rorschach Inkblot Method

    Director/Developer for Instructional Video (in coordination with UDM Instructional Design Studio): Administration Procedures for the MMPI-2

    Development of Flash Presentations for filling out Assessment forms (WAIS-III; MMPI) Development of Flash presentations for providing more theory on child development for course: Individual Child Therapy (PYC 5320) | Presentations include: the Development of conscience | Needs, Urges, and Feelings | Channeling Life's Energies | Coping with Frustrations | Psychodynamic Child Therapy: Case Presentation Development of Flash Presentations on typical themes for Thematic Apperception Test Cards and TAT Interpretation

    Development of Flash Presentations for Theories of Schizophrenia | Child Psychopathology | Psychopathology of Later Adulthood for Abnormal Psychology course (PYC 3420)

 
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