Joe Kennedy

Joe entered the clinical psychology training program at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln in Fall 2015. 

He earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of South Dakota in 2010 and then attended Minnesota State University, Mankato where he completed a Master’s degree in clinical psychology. Joe’s research interests include the intersection of alcohol and sexual victimization, as well as general substance use disorder treatment. Currently, Joe is focused on understanding alcohol’s role in sexual victimization and assault. 



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Presentations:

Tibbs, J. J., Kennedy, J. L. D., Schlosser, M. J., Cranford, A., Oakland, A., & McChargue, D. E. (2017, June). Avoidance as an explanatory mechanism for poor outcomes in treatment for substance use disorders. Presented at Research Society on Alcoholism 40th Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Buchanan, J.A., Kennedy, J. L. D., & Johnson, E. (2014, February). Cognitive rehabilitation and dementia. Presentation at the Rural Activities Professional Association meeting, North Mankato, MN.

Kennedy, J. L., DeRoos, C. L., & Struckman-Johnson, C. (2010, April). Driving attitudes and behaviors: A comparison of urban and rural drivers. Presented at The University of South Dakota’s Undergraduate Research Conference, IdeaFest, Vermillion, SD.

Kennedy, J. L., DeRoos, C. L., Jones, S. A., Swanson, B. D., & Struckman-Johnson, C. (2009, April). Relationship status and its effect on academic performance. Presented at The University of South Dakota’s Undergraduate Research Conference, IdeaFest, Vermillion, SD.