Rosanna Breaux is a second-year clinical psychology graduate student, working with Dr. Elizabeth Harvey. She received her B.S. in Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA in 2011. She recently completed her Master’s Thesis on the role of parent psychopathology in the developmental trajectories of preschool children with behavior problems. Her primary research interests include examining parent-child interactions and parental and environmental factors that influence functioning in children over time. Additionally, she is interested in early interventions in at-risk populations, and what factors lead to better outcomes in such interventions.
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