Clinical Psychology: Borderline personality disorder, predictors (e.g., criminogenic thinking) of substance use and recidivism among correctional populations, protective factors (e.g., religion) for substance misuse among correctional populations
Yasmeen, S., & Shahzad, S., (2013). Vulnerability factors for the development of delinquency and drug abuse: Role of self-esteem and aggression. Review of Social Science, Law and Psychology, 8, 29-36.
Yasmeen, S., & Shahzad, S., (2015). Aggression as a risk factor for development of delinquency and drug abuse in adolescents. International Journal of Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders, 1, 106-118.
Yasmeen, S., Tangney, J.P., Stuewig, J., Hocter, C., & Weimer, L., (under review). The implications of borderline personality features for jail inmates’ institutional misconduct and treatment-seeking. Journal of Personality Disorders.
MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY (01/2012-06/2014)
INSTITUTE OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI, Pakistan
BACHELOR OF STUDIES (01/2008-12/2011)
(Psychology, Minor in Biochemistry and Physiology)
UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI, Pakistan
Yasmeen, S., Tangney, J. P., Stuewig, J., Hocter, C., & Weimer, L., (2020, February 27-29). The Implications of Borderline Personality Features for Jail Inmates’ Institutional Misconduct and Treatment Seeking. In C. A. Klockner (Chair), Mindsets, Moods, and Misconduct: Behavioral consequences of individual differences[Symposium]. Annual Convention of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, United States.