Emily's research focuses on the development of self-regulation and psychopathology symptoms in the context of child maltreatment, with a focus on leveraging findings to develop and enhance prevention and treatment programs.
- Graduate Student
- 2022-Present, Penn State University
- 2015-2019, University of Oregon, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
- 2023-2024 Steering Committee Social Co-Chair
- Boparai, S., Dunning, E. D., Keim, M., Galtieri, L. R., King, K., Friedman, D., Compas, B., Breiger, D., Lengua, L. J., Fainsilber Katz, L. (In press). Caregiver emotion regulation predicts psychopathology trajectories during pediatric cancer treatment. Journal of Family Psychology.
- Shenk, C. E., Olson, A. E., Dunning, E. D., Shores, K. A., Ram, N., Felt, J. F., Chimed-Ochir, U., & Fisher, Z. F. (In press). Addressing contamination bias in child maltreatment research: Innovative methods for enhancing causal estimates.