Current Graduate Students
Christopher C. Cranston, M.A., Clinical Doctoral Student (2009-Present),
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Research Interests: PTSD and Substance Use Disorders, their relationship, temporal patterns, and mediating/moderating influences.
Katherine E. Miller, M.A., Clinical Doctoral Student (2010-Present).
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Research Interests: Adult and military trauma populations, empirically-supported interventions for PTSD and posttrauma nightmares, and dissemination and implementation science.
Jennifer Steward, Clinical Doctoral Student (2011-Present)
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Research Interests: Psychological sequelae following traumatic experiences in adults, intimate partner violence, and sleep disturbances and their consequences. Additionally, working with under-served populations, such as offenders and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Rachel Micol, Clinical Doctoral Student (2012-Present)
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Research Interests: Causes, correlates, and consequences of interpersonal violence and intervention related to such violence. The impact of one’s status as a minority in response to- and recovery from traumatic experiences. Treatment of PTSD and post-trauma sleep disturbances.
Jim Scholl, Clinical Doctoral Student (2013-Present)
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Research Interests: Sequelae of trauma and infectious disease in minority populations; the relationship between culture and cognitive and emotional responses to trauma.
Kelsey Hancock, Clinical Master’s Student (2013-Present),
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Research Interests: Interpersonal violence, with a focus on sexual violence and stalking behaviors in collegiate populations; Informing treatment of nightmares by identifying themes within them to expedite the healing process.
Katherine Cunningham, M.A., Clinical Doctoral Student (2013-Present).
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Research Interests: Attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions about interpersonal sexual violence & exploitation, and their relationship to victim blame and posttraumatic outcomes.
Current Undergraduate Student Members
Laura Luke, Senior
Laura is a Psychology major, with a minor in Women & Gender Studies and Early Intervention. Her research interests interpersonal violence and sexual assault/rape reports and disclosures. She is currently working on a project assessing attitudes about sexual victimization and disclosures.
Patrizia Perazzo, Junior
Patrizia is an international student from Venzuela and is working toward a degree in psychology, with a French minor. After graduation, she would like to go to grad school for clinical psychology.
Julian Frazier, Senior
Julian is a Psychology Major, with a Coaching Minor. He has plans of going to graduate school in Counseling/Sports Psychology.