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Rachel Micol Accepts Postdoc at the Boston VA!

Rachel Micol (presently at the Boston VA on internship) recently accepted a postdoctoral fellowship at the Boston VA for next year! It is a one-year clinical postdoctoral position for the PTSD track at the VA Boston Healthcare System. The position allows … Continue reading

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Ashley Clausen Accepts Postdoc at Duke University!

Ashley Clausen (currently on internship at the Durham VAMC) recently accepted a wonderful postdoctoral fellowship at Brain Imaging Analysis Center at Duke University Medical Center. When asked about the fellowship, Ashley wrote: “I will be completing this fellowship in order to … Continue reading

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Jim Scholl Matches to Boston University School of Medicine!

Our very own Jim Scholl is headed to The Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology at the Boston Medical Center and the Boston University School of Medicine for his internship! His training site has a primary mission of training multiculturally oriented … Continue reading

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TRAPT Travels to ISTSS

Members of the TRAPT lab will be attending ISTSS this year in Chicago. We encourage prospective students to seek us out at various events to discuss interests and gain more information about our lab and the University of Tulsa more … Continue reading

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Jess LaPlant to Receive the Fabulous Five Award

Jess LaPlant, one of our amazing undergrads, was recently nominated for and is set to be awarded the Fabulous Five Award by the University of Tulsa Psychology of Department. This award is given to psychology majors who have the potential … Continue reading

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Hannah Cole to Receive Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award AND Outstanding Senior Award!

One of our exceptional undergraduates, Hannah Cole, was nominated and is set to receive the University of Tulsa Department of Psychology Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award AND the Outstanding Senior Award. We’re so proud of Hannah and all she’s accomplished in … Continue reading

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Chelsea Cogan elected Vice Chair of Student Section for ISTSS

Lab manager, Chelsea Cogan, was recently elected to be Vice Chair of the Student Section for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS). She will be serving in this position from November 2017-November 2019. In this position, she will … Continue reading

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Jim Scholl Successfully Proposes His Dissertation!

Over the summer, Jim Scholl proposed his dissertation: Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in the Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Population: An Examination of Minority Stress Theory. We’re extremely proud of Jim and can’t wait to see the results of this study!

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Dr. Rachel Micol Defends Her Dissertation!

A huge congratulations to our very own Dr. Rachel Micol for successfully defending her dissertation, “Predicting Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Sexual Minority Veterans.” We are so proud of you and will miss you while you’re off at your internship in … Continue reading

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Dr. Jenn Steward defends her dissertation!

Jenn Steward, one of our amazing lab members who is currently completing her internship at Bay Pines VA, came back to TU last weekend to defend her dissertation. She successfully defended her dissertation, entitled “Building upon bystander intervention: A multi-component … Continue reading

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