Kibby McMahon, MA

Graduate Student

Kibby McMahon is a 6th year graduate student in the Duke Clinical Psychology Program. Her research focuses on the relationships among social and emotional processes in psychopathology and treatment development. Her dissertation is designed to examine how emotion regulation skills (e.g. mindfulness) influence one's empathic ability to perceive and understand other people's emotions.

Representative Publications

McMahon, K., Anand, D., Morris-Jones, M., & Rosenthal, M. Z. (in press). A path from childhood sensory processing disorder to anxiety disorders: The mediating role of emotion dysregulation and adult sensory processing disorder symptoms. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience.