Amy A. Gorin Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

Amy Gorin, PhD, is an adjunct assistant professor of psychiatry and human behavior at Brown Medical School and The Miriam Hospital. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 2000 and completed her postdoctoral training at Brown Medical School in the Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center. Gorin's research interests are in behavioral treatment approaches to obesity and she is a Principal Investigator on two NIH grants looking at the home environment as a contributor, and point of intervention, for obesity.

Brown Affiliations

scholarly work

Wing, R.R. & Gorin, A.A. (in press) Obesity. In Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care. Oxford University Press.

Gorin, A. A., le Grange, D., & Stone, A. A. (in press) Effectiveness of spouse involvement in cognitive behavioral therapy for binge eating disorder. International Journal of Eating Disorders.

le Grange, D., Gorin, A. A., Dymek, M., & Stone, A. A. (in press). Does ecological momentary assessment improve cognitive behavioral therapy for binge eating disorder: A pilot study. European Eating Disorders Review.

le Grange, D., Gorin, A. A., Catley, D., & Stone, A. A. (in press) Does momentary assessment reveal binge eating that was denied at interview? European Eating Disorders Review.

Wing, R.R., Gorin, A., A., & Tate, D.F. (2001) Changing behavior for a healthier lifestyle. In B. A. Bowman and R. M. Russell (Eds.). Present Knowledge in Nutrition 8th Edition. Washington, D.C.: ILSI Press.