Katelyn Gettens

Program: Clinical Psychology-Neuropsychology Track
Advisor: Amy Gorin
Anticipated Graduation: 2019
Education: B.A College of the Holy Cross (Psychology and Spanish Double Major)

M.A. University of Connecticut Clinical Psychology

Research Interests: Behavioral Health and Neurospsychology, Executive Function, Weight Management, Obesity Treatment
Representative Publications: Gettens, K., Gorin A.A. (February 2017). Executive function in weight loss and weight loss maintenance: a conceptual review and novel neuropsychological model of weight control. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-15.

 

Cornelius, T., Gettens, K., Gorin, A.A. (2016). Dyadic dynamics in a randomized weight-loss intervention. Annals of Behavioral Medicine; 1-10.