Kurtis L. Noblett, Ph.D.

Clinical Associate
Department of Psychiatry
University of Chicago Hospitals

5000 S. 5th Avenue, MC 116B
Hines, Illinois 60141
Phone: 708-202-2565
Fax: 708-202-4766

Education & Training

  • UW-Milwaukee – Ph.D., 2002
  • University of Chicago Hospitals, Dept. of Psychiatry – Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2002-2005
  • Hines VA Hospital – Internship, 2001-2002
  • University of Colorado – B.A., Molecular Biology, 1989

Clinical Interests

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Anger Management
  • Mental health issues of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan

Research Interests

  • Psychophysiological correlates of PTSD
  • Efficacy of telehealth adaptation of empirically-based treatment for PTSD
  • Validation of assessment/screening measures for Traumatic Brain Injury

Teaching

  • Clinical Rotation Supervisor and Instructor, Internship/Externship Training Program, Edward J. Hines, Jr., Veterans Administration Hospital
  • Clinical Rotation Supervisor and Instructor, Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, Trauma Services Program, Edward J. Hines, Jr., Veterans Administration Hospital

Society Memberships

  • American Psychological Association
  • Association of Veterans Administration Psychologist Leaders

Selected Publications

  • Coccaro, E. F., Noblett, K. L., McCloskey, M. S. (2009). Attributional and emotional responses to socially ambiguous cues: Validation of a new assessment of social/emotional information processing in healthy adults and impulsive aggressive patients. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 43, 915-925.
  • McCloskey, M. S., Lee, R., Berman, M. E., Noblett, K. L., & Coccaro, E. F. (2008). The relationship between impulsive verbal aggression and intermittent explosive disorder.Aggressive Behavior, 34,51-60.
  • McCloskey, M. S., Berman, M. E., Noblett, K. L., & Coccaro, E. F. (2006). Intermittent Explosive Disorder-Integrated Research Diagnostic Criteria: Convergent and Discriminant Validity. Journal of Psychiatric Research,40, 231-242.
  • Bunce, S. C., Noblett, K. L., McCloskey, M. S., & Coccaro, E. F. (2005). High prevalence of personality disorders among volunteers for medical research: Implications for control group bias. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 39, 721-730.
  • Noblett, K. L., & Coccaro, E. F. (2005). Molecular genetics of personality: A review of the current literature. Current Psychiatry Reports, 7, 73-80.