Jaime Hardy

  • Psychology
125 Kastle Hall

My research interests have focused on personality factors that impact mental and physical well-being, including self-regulation, repetitive thought, affective intra-individual variability, and affective flexibility. Clinically, I have specialized in working with those with co-morbid chronic health conditions and mental illness. I am currently on internship with the University of Kentucky’s Internship Consortium and am working in an inpatient setting treating those with chronic medical conditions and/or end of life difficulties as well as severe mental illness.

Selected Publications: 

Representative Publications and Conference Talks:

Hardy, J.K. & Segerstrom, S.C. (2016). Intra-individual variability and psychological flexibility: Affect and health in a national US sample. Journal of Research Personality, in press.

Segerstrom, S.C., Hardy, J.K., Evans, D.R., Boggero, I.A., Alden, L.E., & Stanton, A.L. (2015). Briefly assessing repetitive thought dimensions: Valence, purpose, and total. Assessment, 23, 614-623.

Segerstrom, S.C., Stanton, A.L., Flynn, S.M., Roach, A.R., Testa, J., Hardy, J.K. (2012). Episodic repetitive thought: Dimensions, correlates, and consequences. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 25, 3-21.

Segerstrom, S.C., Hardy, J.K., Evans, D.R., & Greenberg, R.N. (2011). Vulnerability, distress, and immune response to vaccination in older adults. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 26, 747-753.

Hardy, J.K., Crofford, L., Segerstrom, S.C. (2011). Goal conflict, distress and pain in women with fibromyalgia: A daily diary study. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 70, 534-40.

Segerstrom, S.C., Hardy, J.K., Evans, D.R., & Winters, N.F. (2011). “Pause and plan”: Self-regulation and the heart. In G. Gendolla & R. Wright (Eds.), How motivation affects cardiovascular response: Mechanisms and applications. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.

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