I received my BA in psychology from the University of Michigan in 2012 (Ann Arbor), and my MA in psychology from Wayne State University (2017). I am a third year doctoral student in Social Psychology.
Research Interest/Area of Expertise
My research interests focus on how relationship processes and self-regulation processes interact to influence physical and psychological health in romantic couples. Specifically, my research investigates interpersonal influences on self-regulation, the effects of social support on goal pursuit in romantic couples, technology interference in relationships, and day to day relationship conflict. I am also interested in how mindfulness may influence self-regulation, relationship processes, and relationship conflict resolution.
Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications
- B.A., Psychology, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 2012
- M.A., Psychology, Wayne State University, 2017
Awards and Grants
Betty J. Neitzel Summer Research Award $4,000 (2017)
Research grant from Grainne Fitzsimons at Duke University $10,000 (2016)
Rumble Fellowship (2015)
Stanton, S., Zilioli, S., Briskin, J., Imami, L., Tobin, E., Wildman, D., Luca, F., Mair-Meijers, H., Kane, H., & Slatcher, R. (2016). Mothers’ attachment is linked to their children's anti-inflammatory gene expression via maternal warmth. Social Psychological and Personality Science
PSY8170 (Structural Equation Modeling), 3 credit hours, Winter 2017
PSY8150 (Multivariate Statistics), 3 credit hours, Fall 2016