Ariana Patrick Research Coordinator and Assessor

Ariana received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degree in Psychology from a combined B.A/M.S. Psychology program at Villanova University in 2016 and 2017, respectively. She joined the BBL in 2017 as a clinical research coordinator. As a clinical research coordinator, Ariana is mainly involved in clinical and neurocogntive assessments through the Lifespan Brain Institute. Outside of the lab, Ariana enjoys trying new restaurants, learning new recipes, and going on hikes. Her future plans are to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology.

Contact

arianapa@pennmedicine.upenn.edu

Education

Education: 
B.A. – Villanova University – 2016 – Psychology
M.A. – Villanove University – Expected 2018 – Psychology

Selected Publications

Publications: 
  • Poster Presentations
    1. Patrick, A., Herbers, J. E., Webb, S. J. (2016, April). Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms in Autism Spectrum Disorder Youth. Poster presented at Sigma Xi Research Symposium, Villanova, PA.

    2. Patrick, A., Herbers, J. E., Webb, S. J. (2017, April). Emotional Health and Social Adjustment of Typically Developing Siblings of Children Affected with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Scheduled poster presentation at Society for Research in Child Development

    3. Patrick, A., O’Gorman, E. T., Wallace, L. E., Brand, R. (2017, April). Hurry up and Teach! Mortality Salience Primes Teaching-Related Thoughts in Parents but not Non-Parents. Scheduled poster presentation at Society for Research in Child Development