Kelly Cromer

Kelly Cromer

Education:

FIU Clinical Science PhD Program, Mentor: Dr. Villodas

M.S. Clinical Psychology, Auburn University Montgomery

B.S. Psychology, Auburn University Montgomery

Research interests

Differential adjustment following violence victimization, disruptive behavior problems, post-traumatic stress, and interventions for maltreated youth

Presentations:

Cromer, K. D., Mendez, L., Potes, S., Garcia, K., Martinez, J., Khan, I., & Villodas, M. T. (2015). Post-traumatic stress as a pathway to psychopathology among adolescents At-High-Risk for Violence Victimization. Oral presentation at the South Florida Child Psychology Research Conference, Miami, FL, May, 2015.

Cromer, K.D., Mendez, L., & Villodas, M. T. (2015). Multifinial Pathways from Violence Victimization to Drug Use and Drug Sales Among At-Risk Adolescents. Poster presentation at the South Florida Child Psychology Research Conference, Miami, FL, May, 2015.

Cromer, K. D., & Harper, B. D. (2015). The Effect of Self-Efficacy on Coping Selection in Response to Peer Victimization. Poster presented at the biennial meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA, March, 2015.

Cromer, K. D., Harper, B. D., Ray, G. E., Clark, G. S., Munnerlyn, M. A., Torbert, V., Harsha, M., & Rogers, R. (2010). The Effect of Social Context on Children’s Coping Strategies in Relation to Peer Victimization. Poster presented at the biennial meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, CA, April 2011.