Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D. University of Alabama, 2003
- Psychology 464: Behavior Disorders of Children and Adolescents
- Psychology 543: Clinical Child Psychology
- Psychology 545: Psychology Clinic Therapy and Assessment Practicum
- Adolescent Narcissism and Self-Esteem
- Social Media Behavior
- Assessment of Child Conduct Problems
- Risk/Protective Factors for Youth Behavioral Problems
My research deals with self-perception (e.g., narcissism, self-esteem) and personality features in children and adolescents as they relate to youth delinquency and aggression. I also have investigated the role of self-perception in social media behavior.
Dr. Barry will be accepting a graduate student for Fall 2018 admissions.
Barry, C. T., Lui, J. H. L., & Anderson, A. C. (in press). Adolescent narcissism, aggression, and prosocial behavior: The relevance of socially desirable responding.Journal of Personality Assessment.
Barry, C. T., Doucette, H., Loflin, D. C., Rivera-Hudson, N. J., & Herrington, L. L. (in press). ‘Let me take a selfie:’ Associations between self-photography, narcissism, and self-esteem. Psychology of Popular Media Culture.
Lui, J. H. L., Barry, C. T., & Sacco, D. J. (in press). Callous-unemotional traits and empathy deficits: Mediating effects of affective perspective-taking and facial emotion recognition. Cognition and Emotion.
Kauten, R. L., & Barry, C. T. (2016). Adolescent narcissism and its association with different indices of prosocial behavior. Journal Research in Personality, 60, 36-45.
Barry, C. T., & Lee-Rowland, L. M. (2015). Has there been a recent change in adolescent narcissism?: Preliminary evidence from cohorts of at-risk adolescents (2005-2014). Personality and Individual Differences, 87, 153-157.
Kauten, R. L., Lui, J. H. L., Stary, A. K., & Barry, C. T. (2015). ‘Purging my friends list. Good luck making the cut: Perceptions of narcissism on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 51, 244-254.
Barry, C. T., & Kauten, R. L. (2014). Non-pathological and pathological narcissism: Which self-reported characteristics are most problematic in adolescents? Journal of Personality Assessment, 96, 212-219.
Barry, C. T., Golmaryami, F. N., Rivera-Hudson, N., & Frick, P. J. (2013). Evidence-based assessment of conduct disorder: Current Considerations and preparation for DSM-5. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 44, 56-63.