Clinical Psychology: disordered eating, problem drinking, motives and expectancies around eating and drinking, impulsivity, neuroimaging
Paige Trojanowski is a third year graduate student in the clinical psychology graduate program, working with Dr. Sarah Fischer in the Fischer Impulse Lab. In the Spring of 2016, she completed her B.S. in Neuroscience from The Ohio State University and completed her M.A. in Psychology September of 2018. Paige's main research interest is in understanding the comorbidity of disordered eating and drinking and understanding the underlying mechanisms that may explain this overlap. She has a particular interest in exploring the roles of impulsivity and motivation in predicting these behaviors.