PRC Graduate Student Trainee — B.S., Colorado State University
PRC Graduate Student Trainee; Recipient NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
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Liz is a current graduate student in the Department of Human Development & Family Sciences at UT Austin. After spending two years as a Lab and Project Manager in the same Department for projects examining newlywed couples' transitions into marriage and parenthood, her research now focuses on the reciprocal influences of close relationship processes and physical health.
Harman, J. J., Wilson, K., & Keneski, E. (2010). Social and environmental contributors to perceived vulnerability and perception of risk for negative health consequences. In J. G. Lavino & R. B. Neumann (Eds.), Psychology of Risk Perception. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.