Marley Billman Miller
Marley is a first-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Auburn University. Before grad school, she served as the clinical research coordinator for the Division of Adolescent Medicine at the Penn State College of Medicine. Marley and I began working together while we were both at PSU. Marley’s research primarily explores individual differences in the development and maintenance of disordered eating and how intersectionality may impact response to treatment.
You can contact Marley at email@example.com.
Marley’s papers in my lab include:
Billman, M. G., Gioia, A. N., Essayli, J., & Forrest, L. N. (in press). Few differences in psychiatric comorbidities and treatment response in people with anorexia nervosa and atypical anorexia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders.
Billman, M. G., Forrest, L. N., Johnson, M., Quaill, M. A., King, S., Mausteller, K., Lane-Loney, S. E., & Essayli, J. H. (2022). Preliminary effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral, family-centered partial hospitalization program for children and adolescents with avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 55, 1621–1626.
Billman, M. G., Abber, S., Ortiz, S. N., Jacobucci, R. C., Smith, A. R., & Forrest, L. N. (in prep). Machine learning identifies meaningful severity specifiers for anorexia nervosa.
Abber, S., Billman, M. G., Ortiz, S. N., Jacobucci, R. C., Smith, A. R., & Forrest, L. N. (in prep). Machine learning identifies meaningful severity specifiers for bulimia nervosa.