Graduate Student in Personality and Social Contexts
Area: Personality & Social Contexts
Psychology Office: 3257 East Hall
Psychology Phone: 734 647-3457
Britney is a second-year graduate student in the Personality and Social Contexts area. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University. Britney's research interests broadly focus on close relationships, attachment styles, hormones, coping strategies, and stress and trauma. More specifically, she is interested in examining the effects of stressful, real-world contexts (e.g., bereavement, pregnancy, chronic illness) and how such contexts influence individuals and their intimate and close relationships. In the future, Britney plans to pursue an academic research and teaching position.