Dr. Leslie Frazier
Dr. Frazier is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Psychology and Faculty Fellow for the Office to Advance Women, Equity, and Diversity at Florida International University. Her research focuses the influences of health on the developmental trajectories of identity in emerging adulthood.
Health & Development Lab
~ Anxiety sensitivity, emotion dysregulation, and eating disorders in military and non-military women
~ Emotion dysregulation, emotional eating and eating disorders in College Students
Ekaterina Vasilevskaya, M.A.
Ekaterina is a first year PhD student in the Developmental Science program FIU. She has completed doctoral work at the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia). She earned her BA and MA in Psychology working on possible selves in emerging adulthood. The main focus of her studies is the connection between possible selves, motivation, life satisfaction, and academic achievement in college students.
AVA NAZARI, M.A.
Ava is a second year student in the Developmental Science Doctoral Training Program at FIU. She earned her MA in Psychology from Iran University. She worked on the LEARN stress management program for her thesis. Her research interests focus on metacognition of eating, eating behavior and how that influences risks for eating disorders and obesity in childhood and emerging adulthood. Her thesis examines emotional regulation, eating behaviors and eating disorders during the transition to adulthood.
Lieutenant Colonel Jacy Park, US Army Southern Strike Command
Dr. Catherine Coccia, Assistant Professor Dietetics & Nutrition
Dr. April Schantz, Assistant Professor, Psychology University of West Florida
Dr. Jessica Saunders, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Women's Research Institute University of Nevada, Las Vegas