- Additional Positions at AU
- Director of Clinical Training
- PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Delaware
MA, Psychology, University of Delaware
BA, Psychology, Catholic University of America
- Dr. Gunthert’s program of research focuses on the influence of everyday stress and coping on depression and anxiety. Specifically, she has used intensive daily monitoring techniques to address how everyday mood regulation variables, including coping strategies and emotional reactivity to stress, are associated with the presence, development, and maintenance of depressive symptoms.
PSYC-622 Stress, Coping, and Emotion
PSYC-899 Doctoral Dissertation
PSYC-497 Topics in Psychology: Stress, Coping, and Emotion
PSYC-652 Assess Intel Functions & Pers
PSYC-898 Doctoral Continuing Enrollment
PSYC-899 Doctoral Dissertation
- Chue, A., Gunthert, K., Kim, R., Alfano, C., & Ruggiero, A. (2018). The role of sleep in adolescents’ daily stress recovery: negative affect spillover and positive affect bounce-back effects. Journal of Adolescence, 66, 101-111.
- Chue, A., Gunthert, K., Ahrens, A., & Skalina, L. (2017). How does social anger expression predict later depression symptoms? It depends how often one is angry. Emotion, 17, 6-10.
- Hughes, C., Gunthert, K., German, R., & Wenze, S. (2015). The subscale specificity of the affective control scale: Ecological validity and predictive validity of feared emotions. Motivation and Emotion, 39, 984-992.
- Skalina, L., Gunthert, K., Ahrens, A., & Wenze, S. (2015). The influence of neuroticism on covariation of negative and positive emotion. Personality and Individual Differences, 75, 165-169.
- Hutchison, J. & Gunthert, K. (2013). Development and validation of a measure of Beliefs in Automatic Mood Regulation. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 37, 1243-1256.
- Wenze, S., Gunthert, K., & German, R. (2012). Influence of dysphoria and anxiety on affective forecasting and recall errors. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
- Forand, N., Gunthert, K., Cohen, L., Butler, A., & Beck, J. (2011). Preliminary evidence that anxiety is associated with accelerated treatment response in cognitive therapy for major depression. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 35, 150-161.
- Wenze, S., Gunthert, K., & Forand, N. (2011). Cognitive reactivity as a prospective predictor of dysphoric symptoms. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 34, 556-562.
- Wenze, S., Gunthert, K., Forand, N., & Laurenceau, J. P. (2009). The influence of dysphoria on reactivity to naturalistic fluctuations in anger. Journal of Personality, 77, 795-824.
- Cohen, L., Gunthert, K., Butler, A., Parrish, B., Wenze, S., & Beck, J. S. (2008). Negative affective spillover from daily events predicts early response to cognitive therapy for depression. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76, 955-965.
- Gunthert, K. C., Conner, T., Armeli, S., Tennen, H., Covault, J., & Kranzler, H. (2007). The serotonin transporter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) and anxiety reactivity in daily life: A daily process approach to gene-environment interaction. Psychosomatic Medicine, 69, 762-768.