Joseph A Wonderlich

Joseph A Wonderlich

Joseph A Wonderlich

Clinical Psychology: Impulsivity, Neuroimaging, Emotion Dysregulation

Joseph Wonderlich, a fourth-year doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at George Mason University, works with Dr. Sarah Fischer in the Impulse Lab. Joe received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Peace Studies from St. John’s University in Collegeville, MN. Joe’s primary research interests include: 1) The interface of impulsivity and emotional dysregulation across a broad range of psychopathology, 2) Neurobiological pathways associated with impulsive behavior, 3) innovative assessment technologies for measuring psychopathology. Currently, Joe is assisting on study examining the relationship between affect and eating disorder behaviors utilizing fMRI and Ecological Momentary Assessment. Joe's research is currently funded by the National Science Foundation and the Research Council of Norway 

Selected Publications

Wonderlich, J.A., Breithaupt, L. Westwater, M., Crosby, R., Engle, S., Fischer, S. (2017) The Relation between Craving and Binge Eating in Bulimia Nervosa: Integrating neuroimaging and ecological momentary assessment. Appetite

Wonderlich, J.A., Crosby, R. D., Lavender, J. M., Wonderlich, S. A., Engel, S. G.,Mitchell, J. E., Crow, S. J., Peterson, C. B., & Le Grange, D. (2014). Examining the convergence of ecological momentary assessment versus retrospective self-report measures of eating disorder psychopathology. International Journal of Eating Disorders.

Fischer, S., Breithaupt, L., Wonderlich, J.A., Westwater, M.L., Crosby, R.D., Engel, S.G.,Thompson, J., Lavendar, J.M, Wonderlich, S.A., (2017) Impact of the neural correlates of stress and cue reactivity on stress related binge eating in the natural environment. Journal of Psychiatric Research.

Fischer, S., Wonderlich, J.A., Breithaupt, L., Byrne, C., Engel, S.G., (2017) NegativeUrgency and Expectancies Moderate the Temporal Relationship between Negative Affect and Binge Eating in Daily Life in Bulimia Nervosa. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention.

Fischer, S., Wonderlich, J.A., & Becker, K.D. (2017) Impulsivity, Stress Reactivity, andEating Disorders. Emotion and motivated behaviors: Integrating animal and human neurobiology research

Fouladi, F., Mitchell, J.A, Wonderlich, J.A, Steffen, K., (2016) Contributing role of bile acids in metabolic improvements after bariatric surgery.  Obesity Reviews

Steffen, K. J., Wonderlich, J.A., Roerig, J., Strawsell, H., Mitchell, J.E., (2015).Warfarin dosage requirements following roux-en-y gastric bypass. Pharmacotherapy.

Steffen, K. J., Engel, S., Wonderlich, J.A., Pollert, G., Mitchell, J.E., (2015).Alcohol use disorder following bariatric surgery: prevalence, risk factors and possible etiologies. European Eating Disorders Review.

 

Expanded Publication List

Brown-Borg, H.M., Rakoczy, S.G., Wonderlich, J.A., Rojanathammanee, L., Kopchick,J.J., Armstrong, V., Raasakka, D., (2014). Altered dietary methionine differentially impacts glutathione and methionine metabolism in long living growth hormone deficient Ames dwarf and wild type mice. Longevity & Healthspan.

Brown-Borg, H.M., Rakoczy, S.G., Wonderlich, J.A., Rojanathammanee, L., Kopchick,J.J., Armstrong, V., Raasakka, D., (2014). Growth hormone signaling is necessary for lifespan extension by dietary methionine. Aging Cell.

Wonderlich, J.A., Crosby, R. D., Lavender, J. M., Wonderlich, S. A., Engel, S. G.,Mitchell, J. E., Crow, S. J., Peterson, C. B., & Le Grange, D. (2014). Examining the convergence of ecological momentary assessment versus retrospective self-report measures of eating disorder psychopathology. International Journal of Eating Disorders.

De Young, K. P., Lavender, J. M., Steffen, K., Wonderlich, S. A., Engel, S. G., Mitchell, J.E., Crow, S. J., Peterson, C. B., Le Grange, D., Wonderlich, J., & Crosby, R. D. (2013). Restrictive eating behaviors are a nonweight-based marker of severity in anorexia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/eat.22163

Gordon, K., Bresin K., Dombeck , J., Wonderlich J.A., & Routledge C. (2011) The Impact of the 2009 Red River Flood on interpersonal risk factors for suicide. The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide31(1), 52-55. doi:10.1027/0227-5910/a000051 

Wonderlich J.A. & Immelman, A. (2008) Could Mike Huckabee be a 'compassionate crusader'? Unit for the Study of Personality and Politics.(Reprinted in the St. Cloud Times, Feb. 5, 2008, pp. 4-5B; available online at http://faculty.csbsju.edu/uspp/Huckabee/Huckabee_Wonderlich_2-4-2008.html).

 

Grants and Fellowships

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide –Regional Department for Eating Disorders, Oslo University Hospital, Norway Awared 2017

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, Awarded 2015

 

Education

M.A., Psychology, George Mason University, December 2015

B.A., Psychology and Peace Studies, Saint John's University, May 2010