Savannah Rose

Savannah Rose began her work as a PhD student in the PAU Clinical Psychology program in Fall 2016. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Pomona College in 2015, and spent the following year as a dancer in New York City. Her research interests span several related areas of study including traumatic brain injury and its impact on emotion regulation and decision-making; the impact of multiple sub-concussive brain injuries on executive control and impulsivity; the impact of different types of trauma (e.g., sexual, military, environmental) on the likelihood and severity of post-traumatic stress diagnosis; and effects of exercise on emotional intensity and emotion regulation. She is interested in quantitative methods and collaborative research using large data sets.

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