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Lisa Jaremka, assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences, has received the 2021 Early Career Award from the Social Personality and Health Network.
The award honors a junior scholar, one who has earned their doctoral degree within the past 10 years, who has made exceptional contributions to research and/or practice that integrates social/personality and health psychology.
Jaremka will receive the award at the network's preconference meeting on Feb. 10 and will deliver an invited talk about her work at next year's preconference. In notifying her of the award, the organization called her work “a great integration of social psychology and health."
Jaremka conducts interdisciplinary research and often collaborates with colleagues in health-related disciplines, such as behavioral medicine and nutrition. She is especially interested in understanding the consequences of negative interpersonal interactions, including rejection, loneliness and marital distress.
At UD, she heads the Close Relationships and Health Lab, which studies romantic and other close relationships and seeks to understand how interpersonal relationships affect endocrine and immune function and long-term health. One focus of the lab is the relationship processes among both healthy adults and breast cancer survivors.
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