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Graduate Students

Name Location Research Interests
Paula Adams Pullman
  • Integration of practice and research in college health promotion
Alana Anderson Pullman
  • Early childhood cognitive development and executive function interventions
Kat Bruzios Pullman
  • Preventative interventions in schools and communities for at-risk youth, specifically aiming to deter negative behaviors and promote a positive mentality
Alexa Carr Pullman
  • Incorporation of animal assisted interventions into novel and pre-existing prevention programming
Chi Yang Chuang Spokane
  • Violence Injury Prevention,
    Substance Abuse,
Autumn Decker Pullman
  • Health disparities across housing types, rural aging, death and dying, aging policy and service use
Eleanor Dizon Pullman
  • The role of parent-child relationships in emerging adulthood and how these relationships may inform the development of parent-based interventions
Erica Doering Pullman
  • Adolescent health promotion
Zena Edwards Pullman
  • Health communications and childhood obesity prevention
Marie Gray Pullman
Brianna Hernandez Pullman
Myah Houghten Spokane
Tricia Hughes Pullman
  • Research into practice and brief interventions for young adults
Anaderi Iniguez Pullman
  • Positive youth development, obesity prevention, adolescent leisure time, parent-child relationships
Alexandra Jackson Vancouver
  • Obesity prevention and treatment
Konul Karimova Pullman
  • Prevention of gender violence by addressing social construction
    of gender.
Kimberly Klein Spokane
  • Domestic violence and violence against marginalized populations
SuYeon Lee Vancouver
  • Influence of parent-child relationships on emotion socialization in early and middle childhood
Cristina McAllister Pullman
  • Parent-adolescent communication through the use of media
Shane McFarland Pullman
  • Risk and protective factors, influences of physical activity and exercise with regards to preventing undesired health outcomes, violence prevention, and understanding the intersection of research and rigorous program evaluation
Amanda McMahon Pullman
  • Promoting the overall health of people with disability through exercise and the practice of mindfulness
Aubrey Milatz Pullman
  • Influences of human perception on human-animal relationships. Multidirectional health benefits of humans/ animals involved in AAI.
Kyle Murphy Pullman
  • Risk/protective factors in emerging adulthood; social-emotional development; translation and implementation science
Jordan Newburg Pullman
  • Impacts of perceptions, attitudes, or experiences on outcome related to receiving appropriate services
Morgan Parker Money Vancouver
  • Childhood trauma relative to social and education policy/programs
Faith Price Pullman
Elizabeth Purser Pullman
  • Adolescent development, risk factors that lead youth to criminal behavior
Meenakshi Richardson Vancouver
  • Social determinants of behavioral and environmental health: homelessness, ecological risk factors, harm-reduction/trauma informed care, substance use, suicide, coping in Native populations
Stephanie Roeter Pullman
  • Human-animal interaction particularly within equine assisted activities and therapy programs
Mashonda Smith Pullman
  • Exploring research-based risk and protective factors associated with student-teacher relationships among high-risk status students’ developmental and academic outcomes
Bryony Stokes Spokane
  • Interventions for at risk youth and suicidal risk with emphasis on cultural diversity
Senait Tekle Pullman
  • Use of prevention science to promote health equity and improve health and well-being of young adults
Jaymie Vandagriff Pullman
  • Prevention programming that incorporates human-animal interaction
Michael Williams Vancouver
  • Substance abuse prevention; rural health