Elizabeth Milad

Elizabeth Milad

Doctoral Student in Social-Personality Psychology

708-703-6340

gi4405@wayne.edu

Elizabeth Milad

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Personality traits, coping, control beliefs, health-related behaviors, perceptions of activity, health outcomes, and personality-informed interventions.

Education

  • B.A., Psychology, Saint Louis University, 2015

Selected publications

Milad, E., & Bogg, T. (2021). Spring 2020 COVID-19 Surge: Prospective Relations between Psychosocial Factors and Guideline Adherence, Mask Wearing, and Symptoms in a US Sample. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.

Bogg, T., & Milad, E. (2020). Demographic, personality, and social cognition correlates of coronavirus guideline adherence in a US sample. Health Psychology, 39(12), 1026.

Milad, E., & Bogg, T. (2020). Personality Traits, Coping, Health-related Behaviors, and Cumulative Physiological Health in a National Sample: 10 Year Prospective Effects of Conscientiousness via Perceptions of Activity on Allostatic Load. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 54(11), 880-892.

Graham, E. K., Bastarache, E. D., Milad, E.A., Turiano, N. A., Cotter, K. A., & Mroczek, D. K. (2018). Physical activity mediates the association between personality and biomarkers of inflammation. SAGE Open Medicine, 6.


 

Courses taught

PSY 2410 - Health Psychology

PSY 2600 - Psychology of Social Behavior

PSY 2020 - Research Methods in Psychology

PSY1010 - LAB Introduction to Psychology