Katerina Rnic

Postdoctoral Fellow

 

Katerina received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Western Ontario and completed her clinical internship at the Calgary Clinical Psychology Residency. Katerina’s research focuses on the relation of cognitive control and cognitive vulnerability with biological, emotional, and cognitive responses to stress in the context of unipolar depression. She is also interested in how cognitive vulnerability, personality, and maladaptive behaviours predispose individuals to generate stress over time, and how this process causes, maintains, or exacerbates depression.

 

Supervisor

Research Classification

Depression

Research Interests

Cognitive Control
Cognitive Vulnerability
Stress Reactivity
Stress Generation
Inflammation
Cortisol

Research Methodology

Ecological momentary assessment
Structural Equation Modelling
 
 

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