Psych/General Psychiatry and Psychology (Adult)
United States of America
Dr. Hayward is professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences (general psychiatry and psychology-adult) at the stanford university medical center). Dr. Hayward is also active in medical education and in 2008 was selected as one of the "Educators-for-Care" physicians in the Medical School. Dr. Hayward has also been the recipient of the teacher of the year award by graduating residents.
Dr. Haywards research has focused on the emergence of internalizing disorders during adolescence. His interests are in epidemiology of adolescent psychopathology in school-based studies and the role of puberty in determining onset of internalizing disorders in young adolescent girls in particular. He studies risk factors for the onset of adolescent panic disorder and social anxiety disorder.
Life stress and first onset of psychiatric disorders in daughters of depressed mothers JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH Gershon, A., Hayward, C., Schraedley-Desmond, P., Rudolph, K. D., Booster, G. D., Gotlib, I. H. 2011; 45 (7): 855-862
Does Gender Moderate the Relationship Between Childhood Maltreatment and Adult Depression? CHILD MALTREATMENT Arnow, B. A., Blasey, C. M., Hunkeler, E. M., Lee, J., Hayward, C. 2011; 16 (3): 175-183
Attentional Biases for Threat in At-Risk Daughters and Mothers With Lifetime Panic Disorder JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY Mogg, K., Wilson, K. A., Hayward, C., Cunning, D., Bradley, B. P. 2012; 121 (4): 852-862