Emily V. Fair
Adviser: Michael Russell
Emily’s research focuses on the influence of interoception (perception of bodily state) on affect and behavior.
- Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
- M.A., Psychology, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
- M.A., Thanatology, Hood College, Frederick, M.D.
- B.A., Psychology, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
- Interoception & Interoceptive Awareness
- Affect, Emotion and Behavior
- Subjective Intoxication & Drinking outcomes
- Chronic Disease, Addiction
- Quantitative Methods
Fellowships and Awards:
2020 Recipient, Biomedical Big Data to Knowledge Predoctoral Training Program, Pennsylvania State University
2018 Recipient, Deans' Distinguished Graduate Fellowship, Pennsylvania State University
2018 Recipient, Best Graduate Research Poster, The Catholic University of America
2016 Recipient, Donna Mowry '98, M.A. '07 Thanatology Award, Hood College