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.
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 →
Katherine Miller – RIPPR Award!
Better late than never, right?! TRAPT cannot miss the opportunity to share how proud we are of our very own Katherine Miller. Right now, she is on internship in MN, but just before leaving she received the prestigious Research informed Practice/Practice … Continue reading →
Dr. Cranston receives prestigious award!
Dr. Chris Cranston, TRAPT Alum was awarded the C.J. Rosecrans Intern of the Year Award from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Center for Psychiatric Medicine. The award is given to one intern who, “stands out and demonstrated exceptional performance and outstanding … Continue reading →
TRAPT Undergrads Off to Pursue Post-Undergraduate Work!
TRAPT is so proud to announce that our graduating seniors are off to pursue post-undergraduate work at various locations throughout (and out of) the country! Way to go, ladies! Patrizia Perazzo Marino Patrizia has accepted a position to pursue her Master’s … Continue reading →
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