Dr. Joyce Lui received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Washington State University in 2018 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2020. Dr. Lui is currently an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Psychology and is affiliated with Maryland ADHD Program.

Dr. Lui’s research seeks to improve mental health services and outcomes for youth with disruptive behaviors, with a special interest in youth presenting with co-occurring callous-unemotional traits. She aims to develop and test effective interventions with an eye toward sustained implementation in routine care settings serving youth with persistent behavioral difficulties. Dr. Lui is currently collaborating with Dr. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano and Dr. Christina Danko on the Treating Parents with ADHD and their Children Study (TPAC). This NIH-funded hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial aims to compare the effectiveness of two treatment strategies for families with ADHD.

Areas of Interest

  • Child Externalizing Behaviors
  • Psychopathic Tendencies
  • Intervention Development
  • Implementation Science
  • Technology/Data Science

Doctoral Programs

  • Clinical

Degrees

  • PhD
    Washington State University
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Department of Psychology
Email
jhllui [at] umd.edu