Sean P. Lane

Degrees:  

Ph.D. (Social Psychology; Minor: Quantitative Psychology), New York University, 2013

M.A. (Quantitative Methods), Columbia University, 2008

B.S. (Mathematics; Additional Major: Psychology), Carnegie Mellon University, 2005

Graduate Student Recruitment:

I will be accepting graduate students for the 2021-2022 academic year into both the Clinical Psychology and MCP graduate training areas. 

Research Interests:

My substantive research focuses on emotion regulation processes, their downstream effects on health and relationship outcomes, and how these processes differ between healthy and clinical subgroups. I apply and develop statistical methodologies, with a focus on nonlinear models and dynamic systems in characterizing these processes. I have also applied these methods in more substantive research, including the optimization of alcohol use disorder classification and the role of alcohol use as an antecedent, consequent, and modifier of emotion regulation processes.

My recent quantitative work (R01AA027264) involves developing methods for conducting power analyses for complex statistical models, including providing recommendations for starting parameters and feasible ranges under uncertainty. These methods are actively being built into an intuitive user interface guided by principles from user-centered design.

Representative Publications:

Aslinger, E.N., Lane, S.P., Lynam, D.R., & Trull, T.J. (2021). The influence of narcissistic vulnerability and grandiosity on momentary hostility leading up to and following interpersonal rejection. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, & Treatment. https://doi.org/10.1037/per0000499

Napolitano, S.C., Lane, S.P., McDonald, A., Trumbower, C., Hepp, J., & Trull, T.J. (2021). The roles of personality traits and close social contact for the expression of momentary borderline personality symptoms in everyday life. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, & Treatment. https://doi.org/10.1037/per0000513

Vize, C.E., & Lane, S.P. (2021). Reliability of differential item functioning in alcohol use disorder: Bayesian meta-analysis of criteria discrimination estimates. Assessment. https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191120986613

Littlefield, A.K., Lane, S.P., Gette, J.A., Watts, A.L., & Sher, K.J. (2021). The “big everything”: Integrating and investigating dimensional models of psychopathology, personality and intelligence. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, & Treatment, 12, 103-114.

*Hepp, J., *Lane, S.P., Carpenter, R.W., & Trull, T.J. (2020). Linking daily life interpersonal stressors and health problems via affective reactivity in borderline personality and depressive disorders. Psychosomatic Medicine, 82, 90-98. (equal first author contribution).

Watts, A.L., Lane, S.P., Bonifay, W., Steinley, D., & Meyer, F.A.C. (2020). Building theories on top of, and not independent of, statistical models: A case of the p-factor. Psychological Inquiry, 31, 310-320.

Lane, S.P., & Hennes, E.P. (2019). Conducting sensitivity analyses to identify and buffer power vulnerabilities in studies examining substance use over time. Addictive Behaviors94, 117-123.

Hoffman, M., Steinley, D., Trull, T.J., Lane, S.P., & Sher, K.J. (2019). The influence of sample selection on the structure of psychopathology symptom networks: An example with alcohol use disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology128, 473-486.

Kammrath, L.K., Armstrong III, B.F., Francis, M.K., Lane, S.P., McNab, K.M., & Baumgarten, O.M. (2019). What predicts who we approach for social support?: Tests of the attachment figure and strong ties hypotheses. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Lane, S.P., & Hennes, E.P. (2018). Power struggles: Estimating sample size for multilevel relationships research. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships35, 7-31.

Hepp, J., Lane, S.P., Wycoff, A.M., Carpenter, R.W., & Trull, T.J. (2018). Interpersonal problems and negative affect in Borderline Personality Disorder and community adults in daily life: A replication and extension. Journal of Abnormal Psychology127, 183-189.

Shrout, P.E., Stadler, G., Lane, S.P., McClure, M.J., Jackson, G.L., Clavél, F.D., Iida, M., Gleason, M.E.J., Xu, J.H., & Bolger, N. (2018). Initial elevation bias in subjective reports. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences115, E15-E23.

Bonifay, W., Lane, S.P., & Reise, S.P. (2017). Three concerns with applying a bifactor model as a structure of psychopathology. Clinical Psychological Science5, 184-186.

Hepp, J., Lane, S.P., Carpenter, R.W., Niedfeld, I., Brown, W.C., & Trull, T.J. (2017). Interpersonal problems and negative affect in borderline personality and depressive disorder individuals’ daily lives. Clinical Psychological Science5, 470-484.

Lane, S.P., Carpenter, R.W., Sher, K.J., Trull, T.J. (2016). Alcohol craving and consumption in Borderline Personality Disorder: When, where, and with whom. Clinical Psychological Science4, 775-792.

Lane, S.P., Steinley, D., & Sher, K.J. (2016). Meta-analysis of DSM AUD criteria severities: Structural consistency is only “skin deep”. Psychological Medicine46, 1769-1784.

Steinley, D., Lane, S.P., & Sher, K.J. (2016). Determining optimal diagnostic criteria through chronicity and comoridity. In Silico Pharmacology4, 1-12.

Lane, S.P., & Sher, K.J. (2015). Limits of current approaches to diagnosis severity based on criterion counts: An example with DSM-5 alcohol use disorder. Clinical Psychological Science3, 819-835.

*Tomko, R.L., *Lane, S.P., Pronove, L.M., Treloar, H.R., Brown, W.C., Solhan, M.B., Wood, P.K., & Trull, T.J. (2015). Undifferentiated negative affect and impulsivity in borderline personality and depressive disorders: A momentary perspective. Journal of Abnormal Psychology124, 740-753. (equal first author contribution).

Trull, T.J., Lane, S.P., Koval, P., & Ebner-Priemer, U.W. (2015). Affective dynamics in psychopathology. Emotion Review7, 355-361.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lane_ Sean
Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology, Mathematical &
Computational Psychology, and Social Psychology
Mailing Address:

Department of Psychological Sciences
Purdue University
703 Third Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2081 USA

Campus Address:
Psychological Sciences, Room 1242

E-mail: seanlane@purdue.edu
Telephone: (765) 494-8323
CV: Sean Lane.pdf

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