Jeremy W. Pettit, PhD, is assistant professor of clinical psychology at the University of Houston in Houston, TX. He completed his doctoral training at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. His primary area of interest centers on etiological and maintaining factors in depression spectrum disorders. His secondary interests include treatment of depression and biopsychosocial approaches to understanding and preventing suicide. He has published over thirty-five scientific journal articles and edited book chapters on these topics.
Books by Jeremy Pettit
The Interpersonal Solution to Depression
Thomas Ellis Joiner, Jeremy Pettit and Lynn Rehm
I'm so clumsy—aren't I? Oh, I look so fat! Don't I look fat? Psychologists tell us that people suffering from depression often exhibit three social characteristics that can make them more prone to... Read More