Kendall Kohnle

M.A. Psychology (2018) University of Kansas
B.A. (2015) University of Kansas
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Research Lab: Ingram Lab
Advisor: Dr. Rick Ingram
Research Interests: Risk and maintenance factors for depression; treatment of depression; comorbidity of anxiety and mood disorders with depression; mindset; attachment; anxiety disorders including OCD; women's health (specifically peripartum depression).


Kelly, P., Gotham, H. J., Knopf-Amelung, S., M., Kohnle, K., & Kuofie, A. (2018). Distance versus on-site educational strategies for competency-based screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment education. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 29, E1- E8.

Gotham, H. J., Knopf-Amelung, S., Krom, L., Stilen, P., & Kohnle, K. (2015, December). Competency-based SBIRT training for health-care professionals: nursing and social work students. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice, 10, A:14.

Gotham, H., Knopf-Amelung, S., Haggins, I., Lynn, J., Young, P., Manney, R., & Kohnle, K. (2015). Interprofessional approaches to integrating SBIRT into students' clinical experiences. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice, 10, A:21.

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