Here is what the TRAPT Center has been up to.
The TRAPT Center and TITAN were highlighted in a segment for National Sleep Awareness Week.
News Channel 6 reporter, Ashlei King, visited the University of Tulsa to interview Dr. Joanne Davis, Dr. Lisa Cromer, and Christopher Cranston about the ongoing research into treating post-trauma nightmares.
See the full story at News Channel 6 KOTV Tulsa.
The TRAPT Center lab members will be presenting again this year at a number of conferences. Look for our us at the 28th ISTSS conference, ABCT, OPA, and SWPA!
Lab members of TRAPT will be attending the 27th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) and presenting two poster presentations.
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.
As always, the members of TRAPT are involved in many exciting projects. First and foremost, Dr. Joanne Davis completed her first book, Treating post-trauma nightmares: A cognitive behavioral approach, which is now published.