THE COHORT EIGHT FELLOWS 2018–2020
PhD candidate, Child Clinical Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
Dissertation: "The Intergenerational Reach of Childhood Maltreatment: Effects on Self-Regulation during Early Parenthood"
PhD candidate, Clinical Child Psychology, University of Kansas
Dissertation: "Mechanisms underlying the association between parents’ childhood maltreatment on their children’s current experience of family dysfunction"
PhD candidate, Sociology, University of New Hampshire
Dissertation: "Bullying Trends in the United States and an Analysis of the Impact of Prevention Programs on Both Relational Bullying and Gender"
PhD candidate, Child Clinical Psychology, University of Washington
Dissertation: "Global is Local and Local is Global: A Mixed Methods Study to Select & Tailor Implementation Strategies for Reducing Child Maltreatment in Low-Resource Settings"
Brittany Paige Mihalec-Adkins
PhD candidate, Human Development & Family Studies, Purdue University
Dissertation: "Don't you want your child back?!" Untangling the psychosocial influences on parental engagement in child welfare interventions"
PhD candidate, Developmental and Clinical Psychology, University of Minnesota
Dissertation: "Early Childhood Educational Intervention and Psychological Wellbeing: A Longitudinal Investigation in a Low-Income, Urban Sample"
Deborah J. Moon
PhD candidate, Social Welfare, University of Kansas
Dissertation: "Preventing Maltreatment through Trauma-Informed Integrated Primary Care: A Realist Evaluation of Community-Based Organizational Change-Efforts"
PhD candidate, Prevention Science, University of Oregon
Dissertation: "Using a Differential Response Framework to Examine Process and Outcomes of Evidence-Based Parent Coaching with Families At-Risk for Child Maltreatment"