Amy Gorin | OMICS International
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Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy
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Amy Gorin

 Associate Director, Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP)
Associate Professor, Psychology (Principal Investigator)


She is awarded PhD in clinical psychology from Stony Brook University, in the year 2000    She holds a Master Degree (M.A.,) in Stony Brook University, in the 1996 followed by a Bachelor’s Degree (B.A) in College of the Holy Cross   in the 1994.   Her international experience includes various programs, contributions and participation in different countries for diverse fields of study.  Her research interests reflect her wide range of publications in various national and international journals . Some of her recent Publications are mentioned below :

  • Dyadic Dynamics in a Randomized Weight Loss Intervention.
  • Self-compassion, body image, and disordered eating: A review of the literature
  • Innovative self-regulation strategies to reduce weight gain in young adults the study of novel approaches toweight gain prevention (SNAP) randomized clinical trial
  • Effects of maternal lifestyle intervention during pregnancy on untreated partner weight: Results from fit for delivery study
  • The Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Program (ECHO): An ecologically-based intervention delivered by home visitors for newborns and their mothers 
Research Interest

 Dr. Gorin’s research focuses on developing innovative treatment strategies to improve long-term weight loss and maintenance, with emphasis on motivational and environmental processes that affect weight control. She has been NIH funded to examine the “ripple effect” of a weight loss program – what happens to an untreated partner when one partner is enrolled in an intensive weight loss program. She also is PI on a RCT examining the impact of modifying the physical and social home environment on weight loss and maintenance. Dr. Gorin’s current research directions include couples-based approaches to weight management and weight loss and weight gain prevention in young adults.

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