Our students and trainees are doing exceptional work! In this section, we “spotlight” students and trainees each semester who are doing exciting work. We highlight both research and non-academic accomplishments.
This fall, our current third year psychology graduate students presented on their second year projects.
See below for a list of students and their talk title - they did a fantastic job!!
Haoxue Fan: Trait somatic anxiety is associated with reduced directed exploration and underestimation of uncertainty
Olivia Fitzpatrick: Project SOLVE: A randomized, school-based trial of a low-intensity digital problem-solving intervention for adolescent mental health during the coronavirus-era
Chris Hamblin: VISCNN: A Tool for Visualizing Interpretable Subgraphs in CNNs
Steven Kasparek: Differentiating Between Us & Them: Reduced In-Group Bias as a Novel Mechanism Linking Childhood Violence Exposure with Internalizing Psychopathology
Emily Mellen: Exploring the Role of Sexual Assault and Sexual Minority Stigma in Psychopathology and Treatment Seeking Outcomes
Azure Reid-Russell: The body location, description, appraisals, and interpretations of interoceptive stimuli and self-injurious thoughts and behaviorsCony Vidal Bustamante: Fluctuations in Behavior and Affect in University Students Measured Using Deep Phenotyping