- 2013 Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for Early Detection, Assessment, and Response to Risk, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
- 2012 Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Louisiana State University
- 2012 Clinical Psychology Internship, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
- 2009 M.A. Psychology, Louisiana State University
- 2004 B.A. English, Northern Kentucky University
- 2004 B.A. Psychology, Northern Kentucky University
Kyle S. Minor, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at IUPUI. Dr. Minor received his doctorate from Louisiana State University in 2012. He completed his clinical internship at the Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) program and his postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Early Detection, Assessment, and Response to Risk (CEDAR), both of which are affiliated with the Massachusetts Mental Health Center and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School.
The Cognition, Language, and Affect in Serious Psychopathology (CLASP) laboratory focuses on identifying clinical risk markers of psychosis and implementing interventions for individuals at risk for or diagnosed with Schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. The long-term goals of my research program are to develop instruments that accurately assess psychotic symptoms and create interventions to improve the lives of people with psychosis. My work examines psychosis at different stages of illness (e.g., clinical high risk, first episode, chronic psychosis) and has three primary objectives: 1) Create novel assessments to identify mechanisms of psychosis in the laboratory and in daily life; 2) Link potential clinical risk markers to functional outcomes; and 3) Establish innovative interventions for people on the psychosis-spectrum. Each objective is critical for gaining a better understanding of—and ultimately intervening in—psychosis.