PAMT Post-doctoral Trainee
404 HHD Building
The primary focus of Bridget's research is examining adolescent interpersonal and psychological functioning within the framework of family science. Her specific research interests include family risk processes for adolescent social anxiety symptoms and social anxiety as a risk mechanism for adolescent substance use.
Additionally, Bridget has examined conflict within the family context (i.e., parent-adolescent, interparental) and its implications for adolescent emotional and behavioral well-being.