Yasmine Bensidi-Slimane

Yasmine, a 3rd year Ph.D. student in clinical psychology, is interested in understanding emotional and executive functioning processes influencing adolescent and emerging adult mental health. Prior to her time at PAU, Yasmine completed bachelor’s degrees in psychology and neurobiology as well as a biological sciences teaching credential from the CalTeach: Science and Math Education program at University of California, Berkeley. Currently, Yasmine is undergoing clinical training at the University of California, San Francisco Neurodevelopmental Assessment and Imaging Lab.


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Bensidi-Slimane, Y. (2020, February). Finding Motivation with the 5E Lesson Plan Framework. In N. Lutsky (Chair), Approaches to Teaching. Symposium conducted at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA.


Bensidi-Slimane, Y., Eloi, B., & Wickham, R. E. (2020, September). Impacts of Adolescent Perceptions of Family Life and Parental Economic and Work Stress on Adolescent Depression. Poster presentation for the biennial meeting of the European Association for Research on Adolescence, Porto, Portugal.

Hardy, K., Bensidi-Slimane, Y., & Wickham, R. E. (February, 2020). Like parent, like child?: Examining intergenerational transmission of emotional dysregulation using dynamic structural equations modeling. Poster session at the meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA.