September 2012: In addition to individual research projects of each lab member, TRAPT also has several current projects including a study about the emotional contents of dreams, the development of a scale to measure nightmares and related sleep events, a survey of sexual experiences of college students, and the development of a website geared to educate the public about scientifically established treatments and pseudoscientific (and potentially harmful) treatments. Check out our Active Projects.
Check out this recent publication: Efficacy of a Brief Treatment for Nightmares and Sleep Disturbances for Veterans
TRAPT Alum, Noelle Balliet, Ph.D., along with current lab member, Katherine Miller, M.A., and lab director, Joanne Davis, Ph.D. recently published an article titled, Efficacy of a Brief Treatment for Nightmares and Sleep Disturbances for Veterans. This article describes the findings of … Continue reading →
Dr. Davis Appreciation Day – 2015!
October 6 marked this Dr. Davis Appreciation Day, and TRAPT members celebrated her with yummy goodies and fun times! Each year, TRAPT sets out to let Dr. Davis know how much she is valued and cherished as the incredible leader … Continue reading →
Newest TRAPT Doctoral Candidate – Jennifer Steward!
It is NEVER too late to congratulate one of our very own on an incredible accomplishment. Jennifer Steward, a fifth year doctoral student in the TRAPT lab, successfully proposed her dissertation over the summer. TRAPT is so proud of Jenn, … Continue reading →
The Trauma Research, Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment (TRAPT) lab wants to wish everyone a happy and productive new school year!
TRAPT Members Travel to Toronto, Canada for the APA Conference!
Dr. Joanne Davis, Rachel Micol and Jim Scholl traveled internationally to Toronto, Canada to conduct a day-long continuing education (CE) Workshop at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA) on August 8. The workshop, title, “Sleep Strong: Helping … Continue reading →
- Check out this recent publication: Efficacy of a Brief Treatment for Nightmares and Sleep Disturbances for Veterans