Skip to main content

Jason M. Prenoveau, Ph.D.

Jason Prenoveau


  • B.S. (Chemical Engineering) - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • M.A. (Clinical Psychology) - University of California at Los Angeles
  • Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology, minor in Measurement Psychology) - University of California at Los Angeles
  • Licensed Psychologist in Maryland

Courses Taught

  • PY 291 & 292 - Research Methods I and II
  • PY 621 - Principles and Practices of Psychotherapy
  • PY 622 - Advanced Techniques: Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • PY 810 - Psychological Measurement
  • PY 832 - Research Methods in Clinical Psychology
  • PY 833 - Research Methods and Data Analysis in Clinical Psychology
  • PY 920 - Clinical Placement I


  • Prenoveau, J. M., Craske, M. G., West, V., Giannakakis, A., Zioga, M., Lehtonen, A., Davies, B., Netsi, E., Cardy, J., Cooper, P., Murray, L., & Stein, A. (2017). Maternal postnatal depression and anxiety and their association with child emotional negativity and behavior problems at two years. Developmental Psychology, 53(1), 50-62. [doi]
  • Naragon-Gainey, K., Prenoveau, J. M., Brown, T. A., & Zinbarg, R. E. (2016). A comparison and integration of structural models of depression and anxiety in a clinical sample: Support for and validation of the tri-level model. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 125(7), 853-867. [doi]
  • Kendall, A. D., Zinbarg, R. E., Mineka, S., Bobova, L., Prenoveau, J. M., Revelle, W., & Craske, M. G. (2015). Prospective associations of low positive emotionality with first onsets of depressive and anxiety disorders: Results from a 10-wave latent trait-state modeling study. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 124(4), 933-943. [doi]

Areas of Specialization

My primary research and clinical interests are in mood and anxiety disorders. I seek to better understand factors that contribute to the development, maintenance, and exacerbation of mood and anxiety disorders. I am also interested in improving treatment and prevention outcomes for these disorders.


  • Mentor of the Year Award (2013 & 2017) - Awarded by the Maryland Psychological Association for Graduate Students (MPAGS)