Welcome. This page is dedicated to the current research of the Child Trauma Services Research Lab at the Child Study Center. Many members from psychology research labs across the world attend conventions, conferences, symposiums, and colloquiums at the state, regional, national, and international levels to discuss and present the latest findings about a variety of topics in the field. We have a desire to share this part of our journey with you, so this page will be updated whenever we have accomplished another goal. Thank you for your support.
Perkins, A.G., Luke, L.V., Gallo, N.E., Shahid, S., & Risch, E.C. (2017, April). Influence of trauma type on severity of PTSD exhibited by children. Poster presented at the 97th Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Sacramento, CA.
Gallo, N.E., Perkins, A.G., Luke, L.V., & Shahid, S. (2017, April). Caregiver-child symptom agreement on DSM-5 PTSD severity and clusters: Influence of trauma type. Poster presented at the 24th Annual Oklahoma Child Abuse and Neglect Conference, Norman, OK.
Rischard, M.E., Bernstein, M.E., Taylor, E.K., Shahid, S., & Gallo, N.E. (2016, June). Informant discrepancies on DSM-5 PTSD cluster ratings: The influence of child and family variables. Poster presented at the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children’s 24th Annual Colloquium, New Orleans, LA.