Fanny Mlawer, Graduate Student
University of Delaware
165 McKinly Lab
Newark, DE 19716
B.A. with honors in Psychology, 2014, Williams College
My main research interests lie in understanding the relationship between peer relations and emotional and behavioral health. More specifically, I'm interested in how evaluative concerns such as self-esteem play a role in that relationship.
Publications and Presentations:
Mlawer, F., Li, Y., Starr, L., & Hershenberg, R. (November, 2015) Positive and Negative Affective Instability in Relation to Symptoms of PTSD and Depression. Poster presented at the Annual Convention for the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL.
Mlawer, F., & Sandstrom, M. (May, 2014). Fitting in to Feel Good: Implicit and Explicit Predictors of Conformity. Paper presented at the Williams College Department of Psychology Thesis Presentations, Williamstown, MA.
Graduate Research Fellowship Program, National Science Foundation - awarded 2016.
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