David Kronemyer PhD
Dr Kronemyer is on the clinical faculty of the UCLA Anxiety Disorders Program and the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). He also has an appointment at UCLA as a research scientist. His main role at the OCD IOP is patient evaluation and assessment. His research interests are:
- Emerging brain stimulation technologies and neurological interventions for patients with persistent psychiatric issues;
- Problematic epistemic styles, particularly as expressed in psychiatric syndromes characterized by intrusive thinking and difficulties with emotion modulation;
- Translational applications of concepts derived from cognitive science, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of mind and semiotics with an emphasis on Wittgenstein, Heidegger, Lacan and other post-modern theorists; and
- Operationalizing topics in mathematical psychology, and psychology as physics, to anxiety and mood disorders (e.g. Partially Hidden Markov Processes, Grainger causality, Bayesian logic, probability theory, Lotka-Volterra equations).