- BS, Stanford University
- MS, San Francisco State University
- PhD, University of Southern California
Zimmerman, J. A., Fiske, A., & Scogin, F. (2011). Mentoring in Clinical Geropsychology: Across the Stages of Professional Development. Educational Gerontology, 37, 355-369.
Fiske, A., Zimmerman, J. A., & Scogin, F. (2011). Geropsychology Mentoring: A Survey of Current Practices and Perceived Needs. Educational Gerontology, 37, 370-377.
Nadorff, M. R., Nazem, S., & Fiske, A. (2011). Insomnia Symptoms, Nightmares and Suicidal Ideation in a College Student Sample. Sleep, 34(1), 93-98.
About Amy Fiske
Dr. Fiske received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Stanford University, her Master of Arts degree in social psychology from San Francisco State University and her Doctor of Philosophy degree in clinical psychology with a focus on aging from the University of Southern California. She completed an internship at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System. She completed postdoctoral work and a visiting faculty appointment at the University of Southern California. She joined the faculty in the Department of Psychology at West Virginia University in 2005.
Dr. Fiske’s primary research interests involve the etiology of depression and suicidal behavior in late life and the implications for prevention. An NIMH-funded project examines genetic and environmental influences on suicide in the Swedish Twin Registry. Other projects underway within the lab are investigating the role of cognitive and physical health limitations in relation to risk of suicidal behavior.
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