Daniel J. Dunleavy, Ph.D, MSW
Dr. Daniel J. Dunleavy is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the FSU Center for Translational Behavioral Science. His work broadly focuses on public health policy, with particular emphasis on behavioral health problems. He takes an evidence-based approach to the examination of diagnostic reliability and treatment efficacy. He is currently editing a book on the topic of antidepressant withdrawal. Dr. Dunleavy also has strong interests in meta-science and issues around open science/open access.
- Ph.D. in Social Work, Florida State University
- M.S.W. [Social Work], Florida State University
- B.A. in Sociology and Psychology, Florida State University
Public Health Policy | Behavioral Healthcare (esp. psychiatric diagnosis and medications) | Meta-science | Open Science | Statistical Inference | Research Methodology | Philosophy of Science | Meta- and Applied- Ethics