Emily Dworkin, PhD

Personal Statement

My research explores how the social, community, and cultural contexts in which trauma survivors recover affect their well-being, and seeks to identify strategies to intervene in these contexts to reduce psychopathology following trauma.

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Recent Publications

Social interaction anxiety and perceived coping efficacy: Mechanisms of the association between minority stress and drinking consequences among sexual minority women.
(2020 Oct 17)
Addict Behav
Dyar C, Dworkin ER, Pirog S, Kaysen D

Daily relationships between posttraumatic stress symptoms, drinking motives, and alcohol consumption in trauma-exposed sexual minority women.
(2020 Oct 8)
Psychol Addict Behav
Dworkin ER, Jaffe AE, Fitzpatrick S, Rhew IC, Kaysen D

A program to improve social reactions to sexual and dating violence disclosures reduces posttraumatic stress in subsequently victimized participants.
(2020 Sep 10)
Psychol Trauma
Edwards KM, Waterman EA, Dardis CM, Ullman SE, Rodriguez LM, Dworkin ER

A Pilot Evaluation of an Intervention to Improve Social Reactions to Sexual and Partner Violence Disclosures.
(2020 Jul 10)
J Interpers Violence
Edwards KM, Waterman EA, Ullman SE, Rodriguez LM, Dardis CM, Dworkin ER

Stressors and Drinking in Sexual Minority Women: The Mediating Role of Emotion Dysregulation.
(2020 Mar)
Psychol Sex Orientat Gend Divers 7(1): 46-54
Fitzpatrick S, Dworkin ER, Zimmerman L, Javorka M, Kaysen D

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